Trouble Drinking Water During Pregnancy? Try These 13 Tips

The number ONE most important thing to put into our bodies during pregnancy is WATER. But what happens when you have trouble drinking water during pregnancy?

What if the mere thought of drinking water makes you nauseous? Luckily, I’ve scoured the Internet and compiled all of the tips that I could find in one place.

When pregnant, you should be drinking more water than you typically would, around 8-10 eight-ounce glasses per day.

Many expectant moms say that they absolutely cannot drink water unless it is super, SUPER cold. Fill up your cup with ice, and then add a little water.

Try drinking water with a TON of ice

If ice-cold isn’t working for you, try the other extreme. Some hot tea might do the trick to settle your stomach.

Try hot tea

As I said before, while water is best, getting hydration in whatever way possible is sometimes necessary.

Drink other liquids

About 20 percent of our water intake comes from the food that we eat. Try to eat extra watery fruits; watermelon and cantaloupe are the fruits that contain the most water. Pears, strawberries, and oranges are also high in hydration.

Get hydration from food

I like adding lemon juice to my water. It helps make your water much more palatable, as the flavor of lemon can calm nausea.

Add lemon to your water

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