Morning sickness is a natural part of pregnancy, but there are many things that you can do to cope with it. 

Morning sickness can strike at any time, but you’re not doomed to feel sick for the next nine months! In fact, there are actually many things you can do to cope with your morning sickness, and in our last blog, our nurse midwife in Bradenton went over a few of them. Keep reading for more helpful tips for coping with morning sickness:

#4. Pick foods that you know you can keep down. 

If your morning sickness is severe enough, the foods you can actually keep down may be pretty limited, at least for a while. Focus on eating these foods and slowly add more variety to your diet. Many women also find that they can hold down cold foods better than hot ones, because they don’t have the strong odor from cooking.

#5. Make sure you get plenty of sleep at night. 

A lack of sleep has a way of making morning sickness more intense, so it’s important to get plenty of sleep at night. Wear earplugs and a sleep mask and practice good sleep hygiene so that you can get better sleep.

#6. Rest when you need to!

Rest is of the utmost importance during pregnancy, especially because it’ll be hard to come by once you have your baby. Rest is also beneficial because it can help to calm an uneasy stomach. So, if you are feeling nauseous, don’t be afraid to take some time off and kick up your feet. After all, you’re growing a human, you need your rest!