1.  First & Foremost: Stay Hydrated!It’s essential to avoid dehydration as becoming even slightly dehydrated makes the nausea more intense. Some signs of dehydration are dry lips, feeling thirsty, less urinary output and dark yellow urine. It may be difficult to consume large amounts of fluids at once so just drink small amounts frequently. Soups are an excellent way to increase fluids. 2.  Eat OftenDon’t miss meals!Nausea is usually much worse when your stomach is empty. Eating small snacks often is essential to keep blood sugar levels stable. This means eating a small snack every 2 hours or more before an empty hungry feeling sets in. Some examples of snacks are raisins, nuts like almonds, a small sandwich or a piece of fruit. 3.  Eat Baby FoodEat what you would feed an 8 month old baby 🙂 No..I’m not kidding. Foods given to babies are super easy to digest and gentle on the digestive system. Some examples are cooked fruits like pears or apples, baked veggies, well-cooked grains, soups and gravies. 4.  Don’t OvereatOvereating can often intensify nausea. 5.  Protein at BedtimeHave a snack high in protein right before going to bed at night such as yogurt or nuts. Have a carbohydrate-based snack such as crackers or toast as soon as you wake up in the morning. If you wake up through the night with nausea, leave some crackers next to your bed to consume. 6.  Avoid Sugary Foods Avoid sugary foods (especially refined sugars) because these will quickly elevate……

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