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Home Remedies for Severe Morning Sickness

Nov 16, 2015


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Hyperemesis Gravidarum: Just as Scary as it Sounds

If you plan on being an active Mommy to be it is crucial you stay hydrated! Being pregnant you are at risk for hyperemesis gravidarum. So what exactly is hyperemesis gravidarum? A condition characterized by nausea, severe vomiting (not being able to keep anything down for long periods of time), and weight loss in pregnant women. Usually this disease can present itself at about 4-6 weeks into the pregnancy. Hyperemesis Gravidarum can lead to hospitalization due to severe dehydration. This affects 1-2% of all pregnant women. If it is your first pregnancy and if you are expecting a girl it is said that you have a higher risk of suffering from HG. 

When mommy is not healthy her baby can become at risk. If you seek treatment right away when you notice significant weight loss or severe dehydration the chances that your baby should suffer any complications is significantly less. If treatment for severe symptoms is left untreated it can cause for your baby to have a below average birth weight.

So how can you avoid hyperemesis gravidarum? Always be sure to drink plenty of water and order yourself a peppermint infused NoMo Nausea band to help relieve the nausea and vomiting that comes along with Hyperemesis Gravidarum. Research proves that the acupressure at the P6 point with the NoMo Nausea Band helps to decrease ketone urea, that's protein bodies in your urine.  That means that there's proof to why the ancient remedy of acupressure works even in the worst pregnancy nausea & it doesn't hurt that the peppermint aromatherapy infused band helps to decrease active vomiting with just a sniff.  The fastest way into the brain is thru the nose.  Click below to find out how can help you, and keep your unborn child safe.



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