Morning Sickness Relief Products

Morning sickness, or its more severe counterpart hyperemesis gravidarum, affects many pregnant women. Symptoms of morning sickness include:

It's important to consult your healthcare provider before taking any medications to treat these symptoms. But you can try these non-medical remedies to see if they provide relief.


Psi Bands

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Psi Bands work by using acupressure on a specific area of the wrist that helps curb nausea and vomiting for motion sickness, morning sickness, and even chemotherapy.

Psi Bands adds a twist to traditional acupressure bands—these are stylish and adjustable. They come in four styles and are sold in pairs. You simply put them on your wrists for up to 48 hours at a time.


Preggie Pops

Preggie Pops flavored suckers help alleviate nausea and vomiting in pregnancy and in cases of motion sickness, which can occur more frequently when you are pregnant. They have the added benefit of helping you if you suffer from dry mouth or overactive saliva glands (ptyalism).


Sea Bands

Sea Bands are the original motion sickness acupressure bands. They have an elasticized wrist cuff with a plastic bead that presses on a certain spot to help relieve morning sickness. Some women report great success, though the one complaint is usually the athletic style.


B-natal Suckers and Lozenges

B-Natal suckers and lozenges are non-prescription vitamin supplements with B6 to help ease morning sickness. cherry or green apple flavors.

You can only have one every eight hours. For many women, the actual sucking on the sucker or lozenge gives some immediate relief while the B6 helps over the course of the next few hours.


Earth Mama Angel Baby Morning Wellness Tea

Sip this tea in the morning or whenever you need it to feel better. Morning Wellness Tea contains organic ginger root, organic spearmint, organic chamomile, organic lemon balm, organic peppermint, and organic red raspberry leaf.


Barf Bags

You've got to hand it to The Barf Boutique: These are adorable barf bags. While they can't cure morning sickness, they are very nice to have just in case.

This would make an adorable early pregnancy gift or you could also use these as gift favor bags at a baby shower. They come in a variety of colors and styles, including plain white.


Morning Chicness Bag

The design of the Morning Chicness Bag is for an on-the-go pregnant mom. You can quickly and easily take care of vomiting away from home without worrying that you don't know the location of the nearest toilet.


Red E Bag

The Red E Bag is another option when remedies don't work and you wind up being sick anyway. This durable, portable bag folds up to a very small size, but when opened has an opaque liner to catch what you need it to catch without leaks. This is great for when you're someplace with no bathroom, like your car.


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By Robin Elise Weiss, PhD, MPH
Robin Elise Weiss, PhD, MPH is a professor, author, childbirth and postpartum educator, certified doula, and lactation counselor.