6 Reasons to Exercise during Pregnancy

Written by Criss White

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3. Exercise can help with weight management afterrepparttar child is born. A common concern with most mothers is losing weight after pregnancy. Exercising during pregnancy can make postpartum weight loss easier.

4. Exercise is good for your unborn baby. By keeping your body healthy, you are also helping out your baby.

5. Reduced pregnancy side effects - Symptoms like headaches, fatigue, swelling, and constipation are common in pregnant women. Exercising has been shown to reducerepparttar 143715 occurence of these symptoms.

6. Decrease risk of premature birth - exercise has been shown in studies to decreaserepparttar 143716 risk of premature birth by about 50%.

Make sure to drink plenty of fluids before exercising, have a nutritious diet, and avoid over exertion. Also, listen to your body - if you start feeling sick or nauseous, then you should stop and rest.

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Pregnancy Symptoms

Written by Beverley Brooke

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The areola (the area aroundrepparttar nipple) will darken during pregnancy. Though this can happen because of a hormonal imbalance if you’re not pregnant

You may start feeling faint or dizzy if you stand still for too long. This is because as your uterus grows it can put pressure onrepparttar 143668 major arteries in your legs causingrepparttar 143669 blood supply to slow making you feel light headed. Also eating infrequently can lower your blood sugar which is a vital nutrient torepparttar 143670 growing baby.

With your uterus swelling, this puts pressure onto your bladder making you feel like needing a wee more frequently. Most woman feel this a week or two after becoming pregnant.

The hormones during pregnancy slow down your bowel movements. This gives your body more time to get nutrients out of your food, thus causing constipation. Unfortunately this will happen allrepparttar 143671 way through pregnancy and in most cases get worse asrepparttar 143672 pregnancy progresses. Making sure you eat a healthy diet full of fibre and nutrients can help easerepparttar 143673 discomfort.

Article by Beverley Brooke Visit http://www.pregnancy-weight-loss.com to learn more about early pregnancy symptoms

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