Pregnancy Sickness Hacks | Jaimie from Millennial Moms

– You found our you're pregnant.

And you're on your first trimester and you're feelin' great, until.

(puking noises and coughing) (whistling music)(puckering) So when it comes to pregnancy sickness, I would consider myself an expert.

Because I am so sickduring my pregnancies.

Now, I'm not gonna lie, noteverything works for everyone.

And there were somethings that worked during some of my pregnanciesthat didn't work in others.

But today I'm gonna besharing with you guys some simple hacks that Ifound to be really helpful when you're kind of getting through that first trimester sickness.

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(pleasant music) Keep snacks everywhere, make sure that you are keeping your bellies full.

And I'm not talking about full of a baby.

I'm talking about full of food because if your belly getsempty, you start feelin' sick.

You moms that are seasonedthat have been here before, what are some of the snacksthat you loved during your pregnancy that youcould snack on that would kind of help you get through the days when you were feeling really sick? (pleasant guitar music) The next tip that I have for you would be to go get some of thoselittle acupuncture sea-bands.

What these do is theyhave a little ball on the inside of them and theypush on a pressure point in the center of yourwrist to kind of help alleviate some of that nausea.

Put some peppermint oilor some spearmint oil on a little rag or a cloth andkeep it with you at all times.

When you start feelingsick then you can just pull out that rag and you can take a whiff.

Any kind of minty smellreally does kind of help combat that nauseous feeling.

(guitar music) Open the windows, fresh air is so important for feeling your best.

Now, even if it's in themiddle of the winter, just open up a reallysmall window, crack it open and just let some fresh air in.

Get your sleep, I know this is really hard if you've got other kids.

But try to get to bed early if you can't nap during the daytime.

Sleep really does help youget through that nausea.

Because you're not awakeso you're not feeling sick.

Drink really cold beverages,this helped me so much to put a lot of extra ice in something or to drink smoothiesand there's nothing more refreshing than a nice,bit, cold ice water.

Speaking of cold drinks,this one is a little bit random but it'ssomething that worked for me during all of my pregnancies.

And that is to go get yourself some kind of Coke drink, it'llreally help your stomach.

Now, I'm not condoninghaving a ton of caffeine.

You could even get caffeine free.

Me personally, I didn't mindhavin' a little bit of caffeine because with thecombination of being tired from pregnancy and thentaking care of other kids, Lord knows I needed alittle bit of somethin' to help me get through the day.

Alright ladies, so those are my pregnancy nausea sickness hacks.

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