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Hello to all mommies and to-be mommies. Today, I will talk about some healthy practices a woman should follow during her pregnancy.
A woman feels great when she hears about her pregnancy. No doubt, it’s a great feeling. When you get pregnant for the first time, you become very conscious about the baby and yourself. It is by far very natural, but at the same time, you should not get too much conscious. You need to feel relaxed and engage yourself in different activities. You can also partake in simple exercises and yoga after consulting your doctor. Trust me; there is no harm in doing exercises. I have personally experienced this.
You should eat whatever you feel like. By this, I do not mean eating unhealthy food, like a burger, pizza, or any other fast food much, but the best option would be salads of different kinds like cucumber, onion, tomato, etc. You should also include juices in your diet, including juices of amla, beetroot, and carrot. Green chutney of curry leaves, dhania, and tulsi are rich in antioxidants and help to a great extent. You can have a five-colour salad and Iron-Folic Acid tablets daily in the afternoon (after consulting your doctor) and milk and curd in the morning and evening. Take milk products after or before four hours of taking an iron tablet. And last but not least, drink lots of water.
One thing to avoid the most is smoking. It is unhealthy for you and your unborn child. It increases the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, premature birth, miscarriage, and other poor outcomes. Reducing stress, on the other hand, is crucial for improving birth outcomes. Pregnant women should avoid stressful situations as much as they can. Ask your loved ones to help you manage your stress level. If you follow all these tips, it will help make you strong during your pregnancy period and even in delivery pains. You can also listen to pleasant, soothing music and go for regular check-ups.
Thank you so much for reading this article. I hope you all liked it and will follow the tips mentioned above for pregnancy care.
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