Tiredness and generally feeling run down can be a real trigger when it comes to morning sickness.
Unfortunately, tiredness and pregnancy kind of go hand in hand, because your body is working overtime to keep you and your growing baby healthy.
Get as much rest as possible – at least 8 hours at night. If you need to nap during the day, go for it.
You’ll be glad you did so when the little one finally arrives.
Give yourself plenty of time to wake up in the morning too. Go to bed earlier and set your alarm a little earlier in the morning – this way you can gently get up and start your day relaxed.
Rushing and getting out of bed too quickly can make you feel sick. It’s also a good idea to have crackers handy by your bed, in case you are hungry when you wake up.
Remember to trust your instincts and if you feel like you are vomiting too much, or nothing is helping to relieve your morning sickness, visit your doctor. Don’t suffer in silence, as this will only stress you out further.