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How to Avoid Morning Sickness35,612 Views
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Description: Morning sickness affects lots of pregnant women but it you donâ€™t have to be one of them! Learn how to avoid morning sickness by watching this video.
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What if we told you it might be possible to prevent that unpleasant morning sickness while youâ€™re pregnant? Some seventy-five percent of women experience morning sickness. And while you canâ€™t eliminate it entirely, a few smart dietary tweaks can help reduce nausea and prevent vomiting. For starters, never let yourself go hungry. When youâ€™re starving, your blood sugar dips, which can often contribute to feelings of nausea. In fact, thatâ€™s probably why you feel worst in the morningâ€”you havenâ€™t eaten in hours. Knowing this, itâ€™s smart to keep a box of crackers or loaf of bread by your bedside. Nibble first thing in the morning before you rise. In addition, try to eat five to six smaller meals each day, instead of the traditional three large ones. This will stop your blood sugar from spiking, which has a similarly negative effect on your well-being. And, of course, itâ€™s wise to avoid anything that smells very strong or is particularly greasy if youâ€™re prone to morning sickness. If all the prevention in the world still isnâ€™t enough to bypass pregnancy sickness, check out the other videos in this series for tips on finding fast relief.