(HealthDay News) -- Morning sickness can plague a mother-to-be all day, preventing her from getting the nutrition she and her baby need.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists offers these suggestions to help soothe morning sickness:
Make sure you get enough rest.
Stay away from odors that upset your stomach.
Instead of eating three large meals each day, eat five to six smaller meals throughout the day.
Before getting out of bed, eat a few crackers to calm your stomach.
Snack on protein-rich foods, such as yogurt.
Skip foods that are greasy or high in fat.