Are you familiar with the pregnancy image of fatigue woman, and sitting around eating chocolate? This is an inaccurate representation of pregnancy do’s that should really be don’ts. The truth is that nearly every pregnant woman experiences a decrease in energy at some point during her pregnancy, but it is not permanent. There are ways to boost energy levels and keep strong throughout your pregnancy until you give birth.
Pregnancy is a joyous and exciting time in your life. There are so many amazing milestones you’ll get to meet through the next 9 months. Like feeling those first little kicks! But along with those kicks and the heartbeat are some less than exciting pregnancy side effects. Like constipation.
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There are several things parents can do to minimize the stress of a newborn. By preparing the family, you can help your child adjust to necessary change even before you bring the baby home. Siblings can become excited, prepared and welcoming with these simple steps.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Now you can sit back, relax, and put your feet up until after delivery, right? Not so fast! Attitudes and beliefs about prenatal exercise have drastically changed over the past twenty years. No longer is pregnancy viewed as a time to sit, watch TV, and each chocolate. These days, it is encouraged that you maintain and improve your fitness levels while pregnant.