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5 Pregnancy Tips For First Time Moms

Are you pregnant? Want a healthy 9 month journey? Read this piece to understand tips that can help you have a healthy pregnancy and child.

5 Pregnancy Tips For First Time Moms

Take care as you progress in your pregnancy

Becoming a mother? What can be more blissful than savouring pregnancy! If you are becoming a mother then you are required to take care of yourself. You should invest yourself into good reading, positive thinking, and healthy eating. From food to clothing, you should treat yourself with the best things. You may be suggested several things for your pregnancy but it is vital to be careful in terms of medication, food and hygiene. This feature goes out to all the would-be moms and what they should do to have a healthy baby.

As a would-be mother, you should lead your 9 month long journey as per your doctor's advice. There are a few pregnancy tips that you should practice:

1. Exercise

Exercises and yoga are recommended to all the pregnant women as it reduces stress. You should take pregnancy based exercises or yoga classes. Make sure you walk every day for at least 15 minutes. Avoid walking under direct sunlight to prevent overheating.


2. Get adequate sleep

Sleep is the most crucial part of guidelines prescribed to pregnant women. You should always aim to sleep at least for eight hours without any advice.

3. Clothing

Avoid wearing tight fitting clothes and go for comfortable ones. Try to wear non-restricting footwear without heels. Make sure, you do not strain your feet, ankles, and legs. Do not wear anything that gives you fatigue.

4. Safety measures

If you are required to travel on a regular basis then make sure you wear a safety belt and a helmet if two wheeler. Pregnant women should avoid sitting closer to the air bag.

5. No medication other than prescribed ones

Different medications have different impacts. Pregnancy is a delicate period and would-be mothers should be very careful. Never take medicines that haven't been prescribed to you. If you feel the need, always inform your doctor.

Pregnancy is considered to be one of the most beautiful phases in a woman's life. Savour this period and be cautious. Speak to your doctor and always keep them updated about the advancements. If you face any problem then inform your doctor immediately. All the best to every beautiful mother-to-be.



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