The Common Pregnancy Related Complaints and How to Take Care of them Naturally

The realization of being expectant, being pregnant is often a kind of news that is quite received with a lot of joy by many and is always a defining moment in any person’s life. The fact of it being a defining moment in your life is in respect to the fact that there will be a number of changes that you will start experiencing in your life in the period of time that you will be nursing the pregnancy, which is of course a period of nine months, in your emotional and physical life, all the while preparing to raise the child into adulthood. In essence, what we are looking at is a period of time and a phase in your life that will present you with a lot of mixed feelings, being both exciting and as well quite exhausting. It will bring you a lot of moments of joy and as well get you some really unpleasant side effects. Below we give you some of the very usual pregnancy complaints which you are bound to experience and how you will be able to take care of them naturally.

Among the common complaints had by many in their pregnancies is that of heartburn. Heartburn is a condition that is caused by acid backing up from the stomach to the esophagus and into the throat and as such causing a really burning sensation and so much discomfort. This is always a common experience in pregnancy due to the high levels of estrogen and progesterone in women all of which can result in weakening of the esophageal sphincter. In most cases, the heartburn sensation gets worse as the child grows as a result of the uterus putting such pressure on the stomach. As such it will be advisable for you to avoid some of the common foods such as peppermint, chocolates, coffee and the excessive fatty foods as these are known to be resulting in further irritations to the gut which will only worsen the entire condition.

To help you soothe away the heartburn sensation that you face as a result of pregnancy, it may be advisable for you to think of taking some sips of apple cider vinegar which is often good mixed with about eight ounces of water. It may as well be wise taking coconut water and ginger tea and snack on the high enzyme foods such as bananas, avocados and pineapple. You may as well be advised to have a visit to a doctor as the symptoms may at times be so severe and there you may be prescribed a dexilant drug which is very ideal for the repair of the esophagus.