Not all pregnant women experience morning sickness. Some have only occasional moments when they feel quesy but never actually vomit, others vomit occasionally, and others vomit frequently and feel quesy a lot. What causes morning sickness? Several factors can come into play.
*First-time pregnancy- Morning sickness is more common and tends to be severe in first pregnancies. Both physical and emotional factors may be involved. Since your body has never been pregnant before, the body is less prepared for the onslaught of hormones and other changes that it is experiencing. Emotionally, first time pregnancies are more likely to be subject to the kinds of anxieties that can turn a stomach- while women in a second or third pregnancy may be distracted from their nausea by the demands of caring for older children.
* Hormone levels- Higher than average levels can increase morning sickness; lower levels may eliminate or minimize it. The high level of the hormone hCG in the blood in the first trimester, elevated estrogen levels and the relative relaxation of muscle tissue in the digestive tract (which makes digestion more difficult).
* Stress- It's known that stress can trigger stomach upset, so it's not surprising that symptoms of morning sickness tend to worsen when higher stress levels are in motion.
* Fatigue- Physical or mental fatigue can also worsen the symptoms of morning sickness and of course, severe morning sickness can increase fatigue.
* Sensitivity- Some brains are more sensitive to others, which means they are more likely to respond to hormones and other triggers of morning sickness. Some people tend to feel quesy normally more than others. For instance, if you are the type of person that gets carsick easily when you are not pregnant, you will be more prone to morning sickness.
Again, every women's body is different so what causes morning sickness in one person but not another can be difficult to determine. Approximately 75% of women suffer from morning sickness while pregnant. (Note: Just because it is titled morning sickness doesn't necessarily mean that you will only feel sick in the morning- You may feel it any time of the day or night).
Many women lose weight in the first trimester of their pregnancies because of the constant vomiting. That is normal. The good news is that morning sickness usually doesn't last longer than the first 14 weeks. Also, don't fear about harming your baby by not being able to hold food down while experiencing morning sickness. During the first trimester, your baby's needs are miniscule. The baby is barely the size of a pea so they aren't being harmed.
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Morning sickness Causes and Symptoms and Some Common Home Remedy Treatment for Morning sicknessAuthor: drcharlesbuchar
Morning sickness is one of the early signs of pregnancy. It is characterized by nausea and unsettling stomach. The causes of morning sickness are strictly hormonal. Hormonal changes inside the body leading to an increased sense of smell can cause this sickness. Especially for first timers, morning sickness can be a very unpleasing experience.
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Those bouts of throw ups can even leave you bed-ridden. There is no cure for pregnancy nausea. When the body adapts to the changing condition the symptoms also disappear. But it is indeed possible to ease morning sickness. There are many remedies of morning sickness and you have to experiment and find out which remedy works best on you. This is because a single remedy is not suitable for everyone. If one does not work well on you, you may try the others.
What are some common morning sickness symptoms?
Morning sickness symptoms vary from woman to woman. However, here is a list of some of the most common morning sickness symptoms:
3. Darkening of areola (breast nipple)
4. Excessive salivation
5. Fatigue, tiredness, sleepiness
6. Food cravings
7. Frequent urination
9. Greater sense of smell
10. Lower abdominal cramps
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Home Remedies for Morning sickness
1. Mix a teaspoon of limejuice, mint juice and sugar. Have this decoction three times a day. It is a good way to deal with morning sickness.
2. Avoid having fried items as well as fatty and spicy foods.
3. Take some wheat germ and dissolve it in warm milk. Have it every hour. This will prove to be effective in curing morning sickness.
4. Consume a high protein snack before going to bed. This is a good way to resolve morning sickness.
5. Extract the juice of 20 to 25 curry leaves. Thereafter, add 2 tsp of fresh limejuice and 1 tsp of honey to it. Intake this mixture 3-4 times in a day.
6. Mix 1/2 tsp ginger juice, 1 tsp fresh limejuice, 1 tsp mint juice and 1 tsp honey. Have this mixture 3-4 times a day.
7. Put 3 drops of lavender oil and 1 drop of peppermint in a humidifier. This would emit a good fragrance in the room, which would be effective in treating morning sickness.
8. Vitamin B deficiency can also cause morning sickness. In such a case, it is advisable to include salads, wheat, vegetables, bananas, sea food and chicken in your diet.
9. Have food items that are rich in calcium, protein and complex carbohydrates.
10. Having a glass of lemon juice, first thing in the morning, is also beneficial in treating morning sickness.
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