Pregnant women experiencing morning sickness should always remember that staying hydrated is essential to replenish lost electrolytes, the minerals such as sodium and potassium that regulate the fluid balance in the body. Take slow, steady sips when you drink anything. Taking in more than 2 ounces at a time tend to bypass the tissues and fluids travel directly to kidneys and bladder.
When morning sickness starts to interfere with a woman’s quality of life, doctors may recommend vitamin B6 supplements which are easily depleted and absorbed by the body when pregnant. That’s why it is important to take a supplement or to load up on food sources that contain B6 such as egg yolks, yoghurt and whole grains to help alleviate morning sickness.