Question:I m trying to eat but hardly I m able to eat anything... I vomit a lot then expected..
Answer: Sometimes the simplest remedies can prove quite useful to help with excessive vomiting. You may like to try some of these ideas:
Take your breakfast in bed before you actually get up and start your day.Eat several small meals a day if you can and avoid an empty stomach.
Include some protein in your diet, such as well cooked eggs, dairy products, lean meats, beans, whole grains, pulses and seeds.Stay away from heavy and greasy foods.
Have a teaspoon of ground cumin (jeera) seeds when you feel nauseous, it might help. Read more aboutnatural remedies for nausea.Figure out the smells and sights that aggravate this state and avoid them.Drink lots of water and other fluids between meals instead of during meals. It might help to take small sips regularly rather than large gulps in one go.Homeopathic medicine may work for some, speak to your doctor for more advice.Try having a spoon of ginger (adrak) juice mixed with honey (shahad) every morning. You could also try some ginger or lemon (nimbu) tea. Slices of lemon added to sparkling water or iced tea can also help provide some relief.
Question:I am getting heat burn can't able to eat anything
Answer: Hello! Here are natural remedies you can use to treat your heartburn and they are all safe to use during pregnancy.
Raw almonds: When eaten raw, these little crunchy guys can help get rid of heartburn due to their high oil content which soothes and neutralizes stomach acid.
Coconut: Coconut water is a natural acid neutralizer. Coconut water can bring quick, soothing relief.
Ginger: Ginger is a natural aid for the gastrointestinal tract. Make tea from the fresh root or buy the candied variety.
Apple cider vinegar: Although it tastes nasty, the acid content in apple cider vinegar tells the stomach to stop producing more acid, and stops heartburn in its tracks.
Question:should I eat spicy food. actually I can't eat less spicy food.. but during DIS tym should I avoid?
Answer: You can eat anything you want during pregnancy, but you need to keep following points in mind-
1) Prefer preparing at home, or choose restaurants whose hygiene can be trusted.
2) Avoid roadside food. Too spicy food can give you digestive issues so try to eat in moderation.
3) Raw and undercooked food should be strictly avoided. (In veg and non veg both)
4) Make sure you choice ingredients which can up the nutritional value of your dish. e.g while preparing pasta you can load it with lots of vegetables or meat as per your preference.
5) Avoid processed and packaged food altogether.
6) Limit your portion size. Eat at every 2hours.