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During the first phase of pregnancy, the mornings are tough to cope up with as the symptoms of the morning sickness gradually fade during the noon. But in some women, those symptoms may last longer.

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To put in simple words, morning sickness is more about the vomiting and nausea experienced mainly during the first trimester. In some, the symptoms start showing up after the 4th week of pregnancy.

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Consult your doctor to get some tips to cope up during that phase. And here some additional tips to help you.


Tip #1

Use ginger. Ginger can naturally control nausea. Sip ginger tea and chew grated ginger twice or thrice a day.


Tip #2

Sniff a lemon a few times every hour if you feel any sign of nausea. It helps you feel normal.

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Tip #3

Vegetables provide both fiber and antioxidants. Consult your doctor and prepare a list of veggies you can eat. Make it a point to include those in your diet.


Tip #4

Eat melons, citrus fruits, apples, kiwi and berries regularly to supply your body with vitamins, fiber and water content too.

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Tip #5

Add potatoes and turnips to your diet as they offer carbs for your energy needs.


Tip #6

Consume soups regularly. If you are vegetarian, you can go for a veg broth; if you are a non-vegetarian, consume bone broth.


Tip #7

Consume organic dairy to get some magnesium, potassium and protein.


Tip #8

Include coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, seeds and nuts to get some healthy fat.

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Tip #9

Never skip any meal. Eat in small portions if you can't eat a big meal. Never stay hungry. Drink lots of water and sip tea occasionally.

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Story first published: Wednesday, January 4, 2017, 9:24 [IST]
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