If you experience your morning sickness in the morning, try allowing yourself extra time to get up and keep a stash of crackers next to your bed. Putting something in your stomach before you get up can help. Other foods that can help with morning sickness include ginger-based drinks or snacks, peppermint tea, pretzels and flavored popsicles. Some women have also found relief with sea or relief band devices or bracelets, which put pressure on acupressure points to help reduce nausea.
A few other steps you should take include drinking plenty of water to help you stay hydrated. Eating smaller meals throughout the day will also help make sure your stomach is never too empty or too full. It is also important to avoid foods or places that might trigger your nausea. Never forget the importance of rest, as fatigue can acerbate morning sickness.