My name is Wendy Shaw and I live with my husband and 10 children in the Sierra Nevada mountains in CA. I want to congratulate you on your pregnancy. The fact that you are feeling a little discomfort is usually a very good sign your pregnancy is going well. However, if your nausea is anything like mine was – you are tired of feeling sick! Most likely, you haven’t been able to find anything that really works to reduce your discomfort. You may have trouble sleeping at night, or are possibly finding it hard to eat or drink anything. And, the nausea could even be disrupting your normal routines.
My nausea started within a few weeks after my first early pregnancy confirmation, and it was so severe I had continual waves of nausea and vomiting day and night. I was so excited for this pregnancy, but not prepared for the nausea lifestyle that came with it. Both concerned friends and family weren’t sure how to help. And, no doctor seemed to truly understand how I was feeling.
First, friends, family, or medical staff may not be able to relate to your level of nausea, or understand how you feel or know what you need. Many moms struggling with nausea often feel misunderstood. But, you’re not alone in what you are experiencing! And, there is help!
Second, it takes a tremendous amount of time, effort, money, & energy to test out all the different nausea theories and corresponding remedies. I’ve discovered why some things work and why some could work with a few minor adjustments. If even one of my basic tips are practiced, some nausea relief may be acquired. Nausea can be reduced, if not eliminated altogether, through proper knowledge and support.
I wish I could talk to you personally! The next best thing was to write down all the things I know for you first hand. The valuable tips and resources I had to learn the hard way, you can have easily! With the accumulation of 20 years of experience, and 11 pregnancies, I learned many things through my experiences, both about remedies and how to help people!! I put together an A-Z glossary of over 100 remedies from moms in different cultures from around the world, along with important remedy tips to help you make an informed decision.
Plus, when my husband took an astronaut training course and received a Master’s degree in Space Studies, we learned about anti-nausea techniques from NASA, and they blended so beautifully with what I had also been discovering about pregnancy nausea. (One of these tips I share with you as you scroll down).
My years of research and experience, and love for you, the pregnant mama, are finally attainable in a quickly downloadable ebook for fast easy access right now. And it comes with a no questions asked, money back guarantee!! So, you really have nothing to lose – except nausea!
In a few minutes, you’ll receive over 100 "Mom-tested" remedies for nausea relief and wise tips for best utilizing the remedies. The Morning Sickness Handbook is the BEST book possible to have in your hands when you are queasy!
I’ve got Good News for you! After following a few basic principles & simple strategies you can avoid getting caught in the plummeting "nausea spiral" that so many accidentally fall into.
While reading through common "morning sickness" sites some suggestions are given, but you need my exclusive remedy list, personal coaching and effective tips on how to use any remedy. There ARE strategies to help manage nausea.
Some popular tips can be effective, like getting a certain amount of rest, using lemons, and staying hydrated.
Staying hydrated is important, but when you drink water it’s best to sip small amounts slowly over a period of time, rather than all at once? And, never drink water while eating? Colder water is better? Do you know ways to stay hydrated without actually drinking any water?
Or, you are told lemons are a helpful scent. But, the essential oil lemongrass can be more powerful than a real lemon when using it to overcome nausea? And, synthetic lemon smells can make your nausea much, much worse?
The 4 DO NOT’s and the 8 DO’s NASA learned about nausea during their astronaut training program and how it can help you.
NASA Astronaut Tip #1: When a nausea sensation comes on….DO press your feet against a solid surface, such as a headboard when lying in bed.
Chiropractor. Keep your body in optimum health and balance by including chiropractic care in your preventative health maintenance plan. It may deter the nausea from being that much worse when spine is aligned correctly.
Cleansing. Is nausea from built up toxins in your system? I highly recommend cleansing before pregnancy as it does help to aid your liver in fighting off any present toxins. But there are gentle cleansing options while you are pregnant: lemon in water, milk thistle, nettle. You can juice cilantro, cholrela or alfalfa.
Coconut Oil. Therapeutic dose 2-3 Tbsp./day. Mix in with something else (organic applesauce?), or let it dissolve in your mouth a little at a time. Drizzle or spread on anything and everything. (Read, “Coconut Cures,” by Bruce Fife).
Cola Syrup, Coca-Cola. Some women have taken this to feel better. I highly recommend healthier versions! There are lots of options. You may want to try it as a cold slushy.
Crackers (or any bland food). For lesser degrees of nausea. Using bland foods as part of a remedy line-up should be tried, but it isn’t something that works as a stand alone for more severe Moms. In HG circles, flippant advice to just eat crackers can be disheartening and has its own term – being “crackered.”
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