Why am I getting so sick every morning?
In part it is natural because of the changes in the hormonal status in the body. The high progesterone and growth hormones make it difficult for the body to keep the acidity down, but your eating habits can make it worse, or better, for you. So a lot of times it’s not just the hormones but actually the lifestyle that leads to really bad nausea.
Yoga Postures for Sick Photo Gallery
Pay special attention to getting a good rest in the night: keeping gadgets away at least sixty minutes before bedtime is helpful for the hormones and allows the body to unwind. So is getting a quick nap of fifteen-twenty minutes every afternoon, right after lunch. Lastly, and very importantly, please just stop eating packaged stuff or take-outs.
Is there a special way to avoid nausea / morning sickness?
Yes, there is.
(a) Wake up to a fruit / dry fruit and don’t have tea for the first two hours after rising.
(b) Add an extra dollop of ghee to lunch and dinner so that the blood sugars climb slowly and stay steady for a long time.
(c) Drink a glass of kokum sherbet with a pinch of kalanamak before noon as a midmorning meal.
(d) Have a warm water bath. Add freshly-cut lemongrass to your warm water—it has a relaxing effect on the body and mind.
(e) Right after your bath, take a tiny drop of coconut oil or ghee on your little finger and massage the insides of your ears with it.
9 Easy Yoga Poses for Upper Back Pain
Restorative Yoga Postures to Practice when Feeling Under the Weather
Best Yoga Instagram Accounts 2018
Monkey Pose (Hanumanasana)
3 Ways to Do Yoga when Sick
Brutally Honest Names For Yoga Poses
Yoga Positions for Women to Build a Stronger Immune System
Maybe You Like Them Too
- How to Do Pilates
- THE PILATES INITIATIVE!
- Morning Yoga Poses & Wake Up With Yoga
- Does Bed Rest During Pregnancy Really Help?
- What to do about itchy nipples and navel?