My midwife suggested eating at least every 1-2 hours, always including something protein in the snack. And that helped bring the insane nausea down to a terrible annoyance that left me pretty miserable and for lack of a better description, a pretty lousy mother to my toddler (i.e. LOTS of TV time).
I tried No Mo Nausea acupressure aromatherapy bands but they didn't grant me much relief (though many moms find great instant relief with them, I wasn't so lucky). So by the time I discovered Pink Stork Morning Sickness Solutions I was pretty darn desperate, excited, and wary.
Pink Stork Mist: Containing Dead Sea magnesium flakes and steam-distilled purified water. It's widely believed that a deficiency in magnesium can contribute greatly to pregnancy-related nausea, and it's believed that most adults are either mildly or moderately magnesium deficient! You can take oral supplements, but many nutrients will lower the absorption of magnesium, as will any kind of gut issues (including, ahem, vomiting), so a transdermal magnesium oil or spray such as Pink Stork's Mist is definitely the way to go. 3 spritzes equals about 100mg of magnesium. Supposedly many pregnant women find relief instantly after spritzing with this magnesium mist, however I didn't notice any myself.
You can order Pink Stork products on their website and Amazon, and you can also enter to win a Mild Morning Sickness Treatment set in my $500 value Best for Your Bump Giveaway, running through April 28!
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Disclaimer: Although I did receive these products free of charge, all thoughts and opinions are my own and completely unbiased.