16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: have headache n gas problem

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Answer: Avoid medicine as much as possible...try these f headache - 1) Lie down with a cool cloth to your forehead. 2) Get a neck, shoulder and foot massage,this vil help u relax 3) Get plenty of sleep, take naps if you need to. Go to bed earlier.  4) Drink plenty of water 5) Eat mini-meals throughout the day. Make sure you are getting some protein at every meal. 6) Practice breathing techniques. Practice slow, deep, abdominal breathing. Inhale and exhale to a slow count of 4. 7) Warm bath with Epsom salts may help.  1 - 2 cups should do it. (No warmer than 100 degrees.) Soak for a good 15 minutes and relax. 8) If you have a sinus headache, apply a warm compress around your eyes and nose or do a steam bath.  You can try using a net pot to clean out your sinuses.  9) Eat some protein or foods rich in iron.  10) Drink a warm glass of milk with cinnamon and honey. 11) Eat a handful of almonds.
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