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How to Avoid Morning Sickness

Posted by Rifki Hakim Sunday, 8 January 2012

The gestation period has been synonymous with symptoms of nausea and vomiting. Called 'morning sickness' because in some pregnant women, these symptoms are most severe attack in the morning and then subside as the day progresses. However, these symptoms can actually be attacked at any time and can last a full day, with varying intensity in every pregnant woman.

what causes it ?
Morning sickness can occur because of various changes in the body during pregnancy, namely: 
• Increased number of hormones drastically in early pregnancy such as estrogen and hCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) is a hormone produced by the placenta during pregnancy in your body. The intensity of nausea and vomiting tend to increase with soaring levels of hCG. Pregnant women who have higher levels of hCG, for example, when pregnant with twins, also tend to experience the intensity of morning sickness is higher. 

• Sense of smell becomes more sensitive. Certain foods that have a strong aroma can be smelled from a considerable distance and can instantly make you feel nauseous. 

• Emotional condition you could also aggravate morning sickness, for example, when under stress.

When and how long it would happen nausea?
Morning sickness usually occurs in the first 3 months of pregnancy. There are women who are pregnant and nausea followed by vomiting, but some are just feeling nauseous. The nausea usually occurs during pregnancy into the week-6, but can also occur earlier in the week-4. 

There are pregnant women who were free of symptoms of nausea and vomiting after passing 14 weeks. There also took about a month to get rid of morning sickness, though it may appear later will disappear during pregnancy. Even some women who continue to experience nausea and vomiting during pregnancy until delivery. 
What consequences can be generated? 
Although morning sickness is considered as a normal phenomenon, but that does not mean you can shrugged it off. Nausea and vomiting will cause fatigue and lowered physical condition, which of course is not good for your pregnancy. 
Does the nausea and vomiting may affect your baby? 
When the intensity mornick sickeness mild to moderate, then it will have no effect on fetal health workers. While the symptoms of nausea and vomiting that lasted continuously with high intensity, there is likely to result in a higher risk to fetal health. To further ensure, consult your doctor.Tips banish nausea• Apply the method of 'eat little but often' throughout the day so your stomach is never empty. Could be classified as carbohydrate foods, foods containing high protein, and snacks. Do not forget to drink plenty of fluids, either water or juice, between meals. 

• Avoid foods with strong aroma, which can make you feel nauseous. We recommend that you eat foods that have a room temperature or cold, because the food is freshly baked and still hot tend to spend a strong aroma. 

• Avoid high fat foods because it takes longer for the digestive system to digest. Foods that are fried, spicy, and sour are also not recommended because it can disrupt the digestive system. 

• Beware also trigger nausea outside of food, such as a stuffy room and spend less savory smell, the stinging smell of perfume, or a car ride. 

• When you wake up, do not jump out of bed. Sit back in bed for a few minutes. For an alternative, when I wake up, drink water and eat biscuits or crackers that you put next to the bed the night before. Then rest for 20-30 minutes before getting out of bed. Snacking cracker at night also can help when you wake up with nausea in the middle of the night. 

• The nausea will get worse if you feel tired and stressed. So, take some time to relax and sleep. Do fun activities like watching movies or hanging out with friends to distract you from feeling nauseated.


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