Monthly Archives: December 2014

Advice To Help Ensure A Safe And Healthy Pregnancy

Advice To Help Ensure A Safe And Healthy Pregnancy

Advice To Help Ensure A Safe And Healthy Pregnancy

When you are pregnant, your top priority is keeping yourself and your baby healthy, but it can be hard to know which information to believe. With so many conflicting claims out there about pregnancy, who do you trust? This article will help you cut through the confusion by giving you straight answers about pregnancy.

Pregnancy can make your smell stronger, even smells that are in your life on a daily basis can make you sick. If this happens to you often, keep a tissue with some lavender or lemon oil on hand. Whenever you encounter an objectionable smell, try sniffing on the hankie to mask the odor.

Call your doctor for anything that seems “off”. You know your body better than anyone and if something doesn’t feel right, then use that intuition and give your practitioner a call. They will decide if it’s something they need to check out or not, but don’t hesitate to seek help. Continue reading

Tips For Expectant Moms And Dads!

Tips For Expectant Moms And Dads!

Tips For Expectant Moms And Dads!\

If you are looking for practical, no-nonsense advice and tips for yourself or for a loved one who is pregnant or planning to become pregnant, you have certainly arrived at the right place. The useful information found in these handpicked gems lays the foundation for a happy and healthy pregnancy.

Don’t stop using a seat belt in your car while driving or riding as a passenger. The danger to your baby from the seat belt is much less than the danger from you being loose in the car in the event of a crash. Make sure the belt is as low on your hips as possible, preferably underneath your belly.

Start taking pregnancy belly pictures early. Many women like to have early pictures to compare against as the months pass. If you turn out not to want them, you don’t have to keep them, but you can’t decide later that you want to keep photographs that you never had taken. Continue reading

Apply This Information To Your Pregnancy And Learn

Apply This Information To Your Pregnancy And Learn

Apply This Information To Your Pregnancy And Learn

It can be the most exciting time in your life, as well as, the most overwhelming. Pregnancy can be a breeze for some women but for some women, it can mean month after month of morning sickness. Knowing what to expect and what you can do to make your pregnancy as easy as possible, can be a big help. Here are just a few tips to, hopefully, make your pregnancy more enjoyable.

Take time every day to relax and enjoy yourself and your pregnancy. Pregnancy is a stressful time, and once the baby is born you will have much less time to yourself. Take advantage of the time now to relax, meditate, and reconnect with yourself and your unborn child. Your blood pressure will thank you.

Listening to your body is almost as important as listening to your doctor. Pushing yourself too hard during pregnancy is asking too much of your body and not being fair to your baby. The boss, husband, in-laws or whoever else may be demanding of your resources need to take a back seat so that you can take care of yourself and your baby. Continue reading

Sharing The Joy Of Pregnancy With Your Children

Sharing The Joy Of Pregnancy With Your Children

Sharing The Joy Of Pregnancy With Your Children

Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful things a woman experiences in her lifetime, but also the most mysterious. A woman is normally pregnant 9 months (40 weeks). In those 9 months, wonderful and not so wonderful things happen, as well as confusing things that are hard to explain. In this article, we will discuss what should happen month-by-month, week-by-week, and one trimester after the next. Hopefully with the following valuable information, you will be quite prepared for what is to come in your pregnancy.

Be sure to stay active while pregnant. Use low-impact exercises – walking and swimming – that keep you moving without putting too much stress on your body. This will help prevent excess pregnancy weight gain, improve the quality of your sleep, and increase circulation to your lower limbs, all of which can be a challenge when pregnant.

If you are pregnant, it is crucial that you take your prenatal vitamins every day. Even though you are feeding your unborn child when you eat, they require more vitamins and nutrients than what food gives. Also, unborn children take the vitamins from their mother, which means the mother is losing out on essential vitamins if she is not supplementing. Continue reading