- Eat a
piece of bread or a few crackers before you get out of bed in the morning or
when you feel nauseated.
- Get out
of bed slowly. Avoid sudden movements.
some yogurt, cottage cheese, juice or milk before you go to bed or before you
get up. You may try one of these if you have to get up during the night.
several small meals during the day so your stomach does not remain empty for very
high protein foods — eggs, cheese, nuts, meat, and so on, as well as fruits and
fruit juices. These foods help prevent low levels of sugar in your blood which
can also cause nausea.
soups and other liquids between meals instead of with meals.
greasy or fried foods. They are hard to digest.
spicy, heavily seasoned foods.
soda water (carbonated water) when you begin to feel nauseated.
spearmint, raspberry leaf, or peppermint tea.
B6 (pyridoxine HCL) 25 mg in the morning or evening may help.
can be purchased over the counter at any pharmacy and is safe to use.
- Try any
suggestions listed above under preventing morning sickness.
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