What Triggers Nausea During Pregnancy
get plenty of rest (tiredness can make nausea worse) avoid foods or smells that make you feel sick eat something like dry toast or a plain biscuit before you get out of bed eat small, frequent meals of plain foods that are high in carbohydrate and low in. Fluid Consumption: The timing and amount of fluids can also play a role in your nausea. While it is important to stay hydrated, drinking too much at once could trigger vomiting. Take small sips of fluid throughout the day, and avoid drinking at mealtimes since the water can dilute the stomach acid that is needed for digestion. What causes nausea during pregnancy? Studies have pointed to several hormones as potential causes of nausea in pregnancy, including human cholionic gonadotropin (hCG), a “pregnancy hormone” excreted by the placenta, as well as estrogen.
Women tend to have worse symptoms of nausea and vomiting when the levels of these hormones are higher.