Mama Tea’s Morning Sickness Tips


Morning sickness is one of the classic signs of pregnancy, for some women it is the first sign of pregnancy. So what can you do to relieve the unpleasant symptoms?

Drink Morning Mama

mama tea morning mama

The mama, of mama tea, created morning mama with nausea and morning sickness in mind. She worked with a master tea blender and a medical herbalist to blend a gentle and delicate ginger and chamomile tea. The tea is a blend of ginger, chamomile, lemon balm, lemon peel and orange peel. Ginger, chamomile and lemon balm are all used to combat vomiting and in eastern traditions orange peel is used for morning sickness. Even better is that, as well as being a blend of herbs with lovely properties, it tastes great and can be enjoyed any time of the day. To buy morning mama click here (we can sell worldwide from our website).

Eat Small Frequent Meals

Despite any urges to stay away from food for fear of nausea and sickness, doctors recommend that you eat regularly and drink fluids to prevent dehydration. Even when you’re feeling delicate a little bland food is thought to help ease the nausea rather than aggravate it, stay away from foods that make you cringe and eat your comfort foods. It is generally thought that fried and fatty foods are not a good idea and are more likely to aggravate than settle the stomach but listen to your body as we’re all different.

Rest and Exercise

pregnancy exercise

Put your feet up and treat yourself to some me time whenever you can and do your best to get enough sleep every night. Similarly exercise within your comfort levels, whether it is a walk in the park or a gentle run, exercise can increase your general feeling of well being and help you relax and get a good night’s sleep.

Avoid Hot Environments

Hot environments increase the feeling of nausea and discomfort, cool fresh air is preferable. Carry some unscented baby wipes so you can freshen up whenever you need to.

Acupressure Bands

acupressure bands

Some women find acupressure bands worn on the wrists help with nausea. They work using the same theories as acupuncture. Acupressure bands can be used for any sort of nausea not just morning sickness.

Do you have any tips on how to ease morning sickness?

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