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Are you looking for some ways to treat morning sickness?

You've heard about the glow. That indescribable light-like presence that surrounds pregnant women and their cute little bumps. They're loving pregnancy and all the indescribable experiences that come along with it. They talk about their little peanut with pride and joy.

Unfortunately, not all women have this experience. In fact, 80 percent of women experience morning sickness in their first trimester. Furthermore, a majority of women experience morning sickness through the entirety of their pregnancy.

So, if you're one of the lucky ladies experiencing morning sickness in your second and third trimesters, you are most certainly not alone. No, morning sickness is not just confined to the morning, and yes, it will hit you out of nowhere. But there are ways to help make it through the day, and your pregnancy, while dealing with morning sickness that won’t go away.

NOTE: This article is not intended to be medical advice. Always consult your OB or physician if you have concerns during pregnancy.

So, here you go with some ways to treat morning sickness.

1. Saltines Are Your Best Friend

Let's face it. Crackers are a staple food when dealing with the stomach flu. They are bland, filling, and salty which may help absorb some extra stomach acid build-up that can contribute to nausea.

Keep a packet of bland crackers by your bed and nibble on one or two before getting up. Don’t ask me why, but this is very effective in curbing any morning nausea you may experience.

Also, keep some on your person throughout the day, in case nausea hits when you aren’t at home. Some other foods that may help with nausea are apples, chicken broth, and pretzels. Bland foods are one of the best ways to treat morning sickness.

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