Morning sickness feels like the stomach flu that lasts all day long. You have an upset stomach. You feel queasy. You’ve got the nausea, where you feel that you need to spill out and sometimes you don’t or sometimes you will and you might get a few moments of relief and then usually it comes back, the nausea. And it goes hand in hand usually with severe fatigue. Morning sickness symptoms can start as soon as you wake up. When somebody will sit up quickly out of bed they can feel like they start to spin. Feel very nauseous and queasy.
So one of the tips is also get up slowly out of the bed in order to help avoid it or to have some crackers by the to bed side or something that you can eat on to snack before you even sit up. If you do not feel that way when you first sit up, sometimes it when you start going. It is really another theory also is that the low blood sugar and you get light headed, and that can bring nausea because so many calories are being taken from you.
To go to baby right away. So, another symptom in the morning is getting up and start your day, take a shower or do whatever and feeling extremely exhausted immediately like you just run a marathon but you haven’t. Then, also just a feeling of nausea can happen when you feel as if you need to throw up. A lot of time in the beginning too, it’s just that constant feeling. There is actually that throwing up. For some people, they actually will, as soon as the morning sickness starts, they will start with the throwing up. Sometimes it builds up over the next couple of weeks.
Morning Sickness Symptoms explained by Dr Heathcott
My patients describes the nausea and the morning sickness as the worst stomach flu they ever have. They talk about not being able to tolerate any foods. Anything that they look at makes them feel sick, makes them queasy. Pretty much a lot of people especially who have it where it lasts morning ’til night, all day long, say its the worst thing that they’ve ever had. They can’t wait for it to end. It feels like it goes on forever and that the twelve weeks would never come. And the fatigue, they describe as well, is the worst fatigue.
That they ever had where they say that even a hard cement floor or wood floor looks extremely comfortable and they just wanna lay down on it even if they have no pillow and no blanket and just go right to sleep. They’re that tired and you just can keep your eyes open. If you like this tutorial, share it on facebook or pin it on pinterest because it will help raise awareness. We would love to hear from you. So, please leave us a comment. Visit us at anytime at morningsicknessinfo.