Hello, Eat small, frequent meals and snacks throughout the day so your stomach is never empty. . Whatever you eat, eat it slowly.Avoid lying down after eating (especially on your left side), as this can slow digestion.Keep simple snacks, such as crackers, by your bed. When you first wake up, nibble a few crackers and then rest for 20 to 30 minutes before getting up. Snacking on crackers may also help you feel better if you wake up nauseated in the middle of the night.
By the way, getting up slowly in the morning—sitting on the bed for a few minutes rather than jumping right up—may also be helpful.Try to avoid foods and smells that trigger your nausea. Avoid fatty foods, which take longer to digest. Also steer clear of spicy, acidic, and fried foods, which can irritate your digestive system. Try drinking fluids mostly between meals. Don't drink so much at one time that your stomach feels full, as that will make you less hungry for food. A good strategy is to sip fluids throughout the day. Avoidance of triggers can become an important part of your treatment. Twin pregnancy could cause this too, please get a scan done if you are unable to take food at all, please consult your doctor.
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