A woman on quatum suffers from nausea in the first trimester of pregnancy that manifests itself mainly on waking or after breakfast in the morning, but can last throughout the day and tends to increase at the sight of food and is often accompanied by an abundant saliva. The gravidic nausea, seems to be caused by various factors including the high levels of estrogen and chorionic gonadotropins (hormones), the deficiency of some vitamins (B1, B6, K). Also read about:
In addition, slow gastric emptying and gastrointestinal disorders and discomfort for certain odors, related to repulsion to certain foods, play a protective role, avoiding the ingestion of large quantities of food that could be dangerous for the developing fetus. Nausea does not arise in all expectant women in the same way and does not always lead to vomiting, generally it appears between the seventh and ninth weeks, there is a peak of the twentieth symptomatology and generally within the twentieth week tends to disappear. In some cases it is very strong to the point of preventing it from feeding properly. But what can be done to alleviate the symptoms? Here are some suggestions to follow.
When you wake up it is good to eat something before getting out of bed: after the nocturnal fast, the nausea is stronger and becomes stronger when you get up from the bed and move from lying to standing position due to the lowering pressure, so the first snack before you get up, just a couple of biscuits or a bit 'of bread with oil or some almonds: there are commercially lightly salted toasted almonds that are indicated in this case.
Eat often and small portions, making snacks, avoid sour fruit fasting and also prefer in this case some almond or tarallo with extra virgin olive oil or some bread with flax or sesame seeds
Avoid, however, to drink large quantities of water fasting, always prefer small sips and always frequent after eating something. Water is the best drink and with a little lemon it makes the taste more pleasant:
Carbohydrates generally have an antacid effect, but you prefer natural leavened bread to biscuits and rusks that could aggravate constipation during pregnancy.
Prepare ice cubes with lemon and grated ginger: this remedy is useful for women who have frequent episodes of vomiting and are at risk of becoming dehydrated. Sucking the ice lollies so prepared allows you to replenish potassium and mineral salts without accentuating the disorder.
Avoid strong smells, and stay in the kitchen for too long: if the strong nausea any smell stimulates it, consume cold and not hot meals
Avoid eating elaborate and too fatty foods, but opt for light first courses, without tomatoes, with vegetables and possibly dry ones. The minestrone although healthy in these cases are not indicated, as if broths can further stimulate nausea and acidity
Use ginger: eaten fresh in small pieces seems to have an important anti-nausea effect and has no contraindications during pregnancy
Do yoga: breathing and relaxation can help you deal with nausea
If despite these precautions, the nausea does not give you respite, it is good to consult your gynecologist who will recommend some supplement suitable for your case: _ vitamin B6 seems to have a role in reducing nausea, however it is good to avoid doing it yourself. Many antinausea supplements may not be suitable for pregnancy and are harmful to the fetus.