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Question: Home remedies for cough
There are certain medicine that are safe during pregnancy
Consult your gynaclogist with the same
Following are the home remedies that would help you with cold and cough
Have one raw garlic with honey every 3-4 hours garlic is a power House against cold and cough
Gargle with salt water solution or apple cider vinegar solution to help you with sore throat
Include raw onion in your daily diet or salads they help keep respiratory tract open
Sip on ginger Tulsi or ginger lemon green tea it is rich in antioxidants as well as will help you soothe your throat too
Breathing warm humid air shall help loosen congestion you may run a humidifier or use facial steamer to loosen mucus add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to it to ease breathing.
Get lost of rest and water you need both to recover when you are striken with cold or cough
Question: Home remedies for constipation
Answer: Hi dear, I faced the same issue and constipation during pregnancy is mainly caused by hormonal changes. Pregnancy is often accompanied by an increase in the progesterone hormone that causes the relaxation of all the muscles in your body, including your intestinal muscles. Relaxed intestinal muscles mean slower digestion, and this can lead to constipation.Few remedies which I used and helped me to get relief :
Lemon : Squeeze half a lemon into a glass of warm water.Add honey to taste and consume this daily
Yogurt: Consume a cup of plain yogurt. Apple Cider Vinegar: Take a glass of warm water and add a tablespoon each of honey and apple cider vinegar to it. Mix well and consume this solution.
Chia Seed.Let the chia seeds soak in water for 30 minutes. Add the soaked chia seeds to your favorite drink and have it.
Question: home remedies for headace
Answer: Hello! Common home remedies for headaches include:
Apply a cold towel on your headTake a cold showerTake a napExerciseBiofeedback (ask your doctor)Relaxation techniques such as meditation or yoga
Applying heat or cold to the sides of the head, the eyes, or along the back of the neck is one of the best ways to relieve the pain associated with a migraine.
Heating pads and cold packs come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Most of these require using a microwave or the freezer before using.