Morning Sickness Make Smarter Babies

Morning Sickness Make Smarter BabiesMorning sickness is usually experienced by women in early pregnancy. A study found there is relationship between morning sickness and babies. Researchers at Sick Kids Hospital said that morning sickness can make smarter babies.

Pregnant women who experience nausea and vomiting tend to give birth smarter babies than those who did not experience morning sickness, suggests a new study in the Journal of Pediatrics.

A new study appearing in The Journal of Pediatrics shows that feelings of nausea enhance long-term neurological development in babies. This study is the first time that examines the direct effects of morning sickness with baby’s neurological development.

Nausea has long been recognized as a sign of a healthy pregnancy, according to the CP. Pregnant women who have morning sickness are less likely to have a miscarriage and less likely to have babies with congenital cardiovascular problems.