There’s nothing more exciting than pregnancy – knowing that you are going to bring a precious life into this world is an incredible feeling. With that being said, some ladies experience nine months of undesirable symptoms, including morning sickness. Even the slightest smell can make you feel incredibly ill. Although some days it may feel like nothing will help, here are a few tips to potentially reduce morning sickness so that you can enjoy this remarkable life event.
5. Rest, rest, and rest
I know, it’s easier said than done, but getting enough rest during your pregnancy is critical. If you are overly tired, this can make symptoms worse and you’re more likely to feel ill. Many women have agreed, that sleep most certainly helps. In many cases, a lack of sleep can actually trigger symptoms of morning sickness.
If you get at least eight hours a day, it’s more likely that you will be able to tackle the day ahead. You may need to make some adjustments to your current schedule. Meaning, most nights, avoid watching TV and sleep instead. Sleep as you need it, reducing your risk of sickness. It’s also important to rest plenty so that you can remain active during the day and getting enough sleep will help you achieve this.