How to Cure Morning Sickness?

How to Cure Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness is the number one sign of pregnancy. In your early pregnancy, you will definitely feel nauseous and you may even vomit several times. You will be attacked by morning sickness not just in the morning but also during the day and at night. Yes, morning sickness can occur at any time of the day despite what its name suggests. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Morning sickness is otherwise harmless and will pass but the problem is that you will feel aversions. You won’t feel like eating anything and whatever you eat, you could end up vomiting. Morning sickness is more severe for a few women. Even mild morning sickness, however, has the potential to weigh you down but there is no escaping it. You will experience it throughout your first trimester.

The good news is that morning sickness is treatable. You can follow a few steps to cure morning sickness and eat well so that your baby gets the nourishment it requires during its early stages of development. Here are some of the cures that you could try.


You might think that eating will make you nauseous. However, the truth is the opposite. If your stomach is empty, you will feel more nauseous. That is the reason why you should be snacking throughout the day.

You could eat rice crackers or whole-wheat crackers every now and then. Make sure you eat them as soon as you wake up to curb morning sickness. Make sure there is something in your stomach at all times in order to curb the nauseous feeling.

Instead of eating large meals, break it down to six smaller meals, spread evenly throughout the day. By doing this, you will maintain your blood sugar levels and you will be energetic too. Along with crackers, you should eat fresh vegetables and fruits, bread, etc. In general, eat foods that you can digest easily.


Ginger is a spice, which is known to have numerous medicinal properties. It has been proved to cure morning sickness too. If you take ginger during your pregnancy, morning sickness won’t bother you for long. There are capsules available in the market that you could take. You can talk to your doctor about the right dosage for you.

Even if you don’t see any symptoms, take the capsules on a daily basis so that you curb the onset of morning sickness totally. For those who are already feeling nauseous, ginger water could help. All you have to do is grate ginger and add it to hot water. Let it boil and then sip it slowly just like you would tea. You can also drink ginger ale or ginger crystals based on your convenience.

Sleep well

If you don’t get enough sleep, morning sickness will elevate. You will feel very tired during the first few months of your pregnancy because of all the hormonal changes. Fatigue can actually trigger nausea. Thus, you should shake it off as and when possible with good sleep. Sleep at least eight hours at night and take a nap in the afternoon if you can, too. Even about twenty minutes of rest will do. Close your eyes and rest for a while even if you are not sleepy and that will help you a lot.

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Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)