Morning sickness management during pregnancy
A very common ailment during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy is morning sickness, although nausea and vomiting can be experienced at anytime of the day. The most common time is first thing in the morning with a combination of a sudden rise in hormone levels and increased sensitivity
to smells and tastes when severe it is diagnosed as hyperemesis graviduram and may require hospitalisation for management. For the majority of women the nausea and vomiting wears off between 14-16 weeks.
We, at Baby Bump Care recommend several remedies for morning sickness that can be used individually or combined:
Herbs of Gold Nausea Relief is one of the best and easiest ways to help ease morning sickness. Just take 1 capsule 1 -2 times daily.
Lemon and Sweet Orange essential oils used in a vapouriser can helps soothe the senses and bring some relief
Concept Teas Ginger, Ginger Bliss, or Diges-Tea promote a healthy balance and sense of wellbeing in a delicious, drink to sip throughout the day. Sea-bands can increase wellbeing via acupressure to points on your wrists that have been known for centuries in Chinese Medicine to help prevent nausea.
Echolife Macrobiotic Sea Salts can increase your transdermal uptake of essential minerals, which can really help you to feel much better. Just add to a bowl for a foot soak or bath to relax in.
Progurt Magnease Mineral Supplement is an ionic formula that is very effective at maintaining a stable blood sugar balance and improving your general wellbeing. Simply take 10 drops in a flitered glass of water or juice daily
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For treatment of Morning Sickness, always consult your Midwife or Doctor