Pregnancy though a beautiful time in your life can come with a lot of complications and problems that might make that experience a little difficult to bear. Following remedies will help ease pregnancy symptoms women face when they are expecting

Morning Sickness

Around 75% of women experience morning severe nausea, vomiting and headaches especially when they wake up in the morning. Luckily for you, you’re not alone in this and there are many remedies that help relieve morning sickness

Take Lots of Water

Drinking water is most crucial while you’re regnant mostly because due to frequent urination you lose a lot of fluids. Drinking would help increase paleness if any and also prevent overeating that might later cause problems

Sour candy

Anything sour or with a peppermint flavour is effective if you feel a little nauseous. This completely reverses the effects

Increase intake of Ginger

Ginger contains anti inflammatory properties that help calm and soothe the lining of stomach wall and its acid. You can use fresh ginger, take a ginger ale or add amounts of in your tea. It will help make you feel better very quickly.

Calming Smells

During pregnancy women seem to get triggered by certain smells that make them sick but also on the other hand there are a few that calm them down. Aromatherapy is highly advised for expecting mothers.

Haemorrhagic Constipation

As your uterus starts exerting more pressure on your bladder and pelvic area, veins experience pressure put on them due to which haemorrhoids can be formed. Progesterone also relaxes the stomach wall which slows digestion and can cause constipation. To ease pregnancy symptoms of constipation increase your:

Water intake

Drinking water will soften your intestines and keep things in a proper regular flow

More Fibres

Reader’s Digest

The best way to prevent haemorrhoids is to eat a lot of fibrous foods and the best sources are vegetables and fruits. Add natural fresh juice in your diet especially prune juice. Take whole grains, beans and flax seeds.

A warm bath

Soak yourself up in the bath tub for 20 minutes or try sitz bath which helps easy positioning and does not require you to move in an out too much

Use simple toiletries

Keep things simples. Use tissue papers that are soft and not too fragmented

Sitting area

Do not sit on hard surfaces as they can be painful during haemorrhoids. Sit some place that is soft, preferably a doughnut shaped pillow so your rectal area is safe.

Migraine and Headaches

Most common symptoms are headaches mostly caused due to hormonal changes your body is going through. Fatigue and imbalance in blood sugar levels can be a major cause; the best thing to do is eat in small proportions but frequently. When you get a headache, just relax. Get a massage, have tea or simply sleep it off. Practice breathing that will uplift your mood

Heart Burn

The growing uterus exerts pressure on your stomach that pushes acid in the wrong direction causing heart burn. The best remedy for heart burn is to avoid spicy food and carbonated drinks. If you are experiencing heart burn then chewing sugar free gum will stimulate saliva and make you feel better. You can also take a teaspoon of honey

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