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Morning sickness is a typical symptom of pregnancy that affects nearly all pregnant women in the first trimester. However, some women may suffer morning sickness throughout their pregnancy, but only a small percentage of them experience symptoms at night. The symptoms of morning sickness that occur after sunset are referred described as "morning sickness at night."
Here are tips for managing morning sickness at night
1 Sleep in a better position
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Night sickness is frequently caused by acid reflux and you can avoid this by sleeping on your left side with your right leg bent and prop up your head with two pillows to keep it slightly elevated. For added comfort, you can place a pillow between your knees.
2 Increase Fluid Consumption
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Increased fluid intake can aid in the treatment of morning sickness, which is one of the most common causes of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Keeping a bottle of water or lemonade by your bedside and sipping it as needed will keep your body hydrated and keep sickness at bay.
3 Eat ginger
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Ginger has therapeutic characteristics that can help with nausea, as well as coughs, colds, and migraines. Ginger can be included in your diet in the form of ginger tea or salads.
4 Have an early dinner
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You are advised to eat your dinner at least two hours before going to bed. This aids in normal meal digestion and reduces acid reflux.
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