. Remember peppermint isn't suitable if you're pregnant.4. Take a power nap Researchers in the US found an hour's kip helped volunteers perform better in tests - in fact, nappers did as well as those who'd had two full nights' sleep. 5. Try acupressure
to raise your blood sugar levelsWrist-acupressure can help - try acubands or Sea-Bands, £7.99 from chemistsFruit may freshen your palate, and ginger tea can ease queasinessRest up - tiredness can make morning sickness worseSee your midwife of GP if you
made from freshly-grated root ginger, ginger ale or ginger biscuits.Sniffing a freshly halved lemon can also help, as can wearing acupressure travel sickness wristbands. Acupuncture can also help if your symptoms persist.
.Health check: You could try acupressure for natural pain relief. Using your thumb and index finger, squeeze either side of the fleshy area between the thumb and index finger on the other hand. Apply pressure for 30 seconds, then repeat. Do it two or three times