By Gail Kaye

Morning sickness is something that most women expect they will have during their pregnancy. The severity of nausea and vomiting are different for everybody and not all women get it. If morning sickness does occur then it is something that is usually just accepted as part of the pregnancy.

Just because it is a normal stage of pregnancy it doesn’t mean that you have to be uncomfortable. There are remedies that have been used by other women to find relief from nausea and vomiting. These remedies may help you to feel better too.

Some of these remedies may work and some may not. Every woman’s body is unique so things that may have worked for others may not work for you. But there are many things that you can try and you may even find something that helps.

If you have a really strong sense of smell then it is a good idea to stay away from strong food odors that trigger your nausea and vomiting. It is best to eat cold food at room temperature rather than hot foods because they have a stronger smell.

Avoid an empty stomach. Eat small but frequent meals throughout the day. When you wake up in the morning eat keep some crackers by your bed and eat them before you get up. Keep up your fluid intake by drinking water in between your meals.

Some women have found that acupressure has worked well to give them relief from nausea. You can purchase sea sickness bands which are worn on your wrists. They apply pressure to a certain point on your wrist and this works to stop nausea. You also try pressing on the inside of your wrist with your thumb about a thumb width from your upper wrist right in the center.

Ginger is a very common remedy for morning sickness. It is available in many different forms such as ginger snaps, ginger candies, ginger ale, ginger tea and ginger supplements. If you take prenatal vitamins you may want to try taking them at night rather than in the morning. Rest and sleep whenever you need to and stay away from things that bring you stress.

Gail Kaye suffered severe morning sickness during her pregnancy. She is now using her experience and knowledge to help other women with their morning sickness symptoms. For more information on pregnancy nausea remedies visit her website at