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Ways to Relieve Morning Sickness

  • Start the day with some dry crackers or a piece of dry toast. Dry cereal is also a good option.
  • Eat small amounts, at regular intervals.
  • Avoid drinking milk, coffee or tea when nauseous. Drink lots of pure fruit juices (not citrus) and water instead.
  • Peppermint, either smelling it in aromatherapy form or sipping the tea can help curb nausea. It's also known to help with sagging energy levels.
  • Have sips of ice water as the urge to purge strikes. Many women say that this helps them keep meals down as well.
  • Suck glucose sweets.
  • Breathe deeply!
  • Eat bland, non-greasy foods baked potatoes, rice and pasta are good, healthy options.
  • Avoid rich, fried and spicy foods.
  • Ask someone else to cook! The smell of food cooking can induce nausea.
  • Eat something high in protein before going to bed. This will help your blood sugar stay more level.
  • Make sure that you get enough sleep. Tiredness can induce nausea.
  • Acupressure bands can be worn like bracelets and can curb nausea while you wear them. But be forewarned: stand next to a bucket when you take them off!
  • Ginger is definitely worth a try. Ginger has long been a tried and trusted remedy for nausea and studies show that it can help with morning sickness.

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