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Pregnancy
Following  a daily exercise routine throughout the nine months of your pregnancy can help you keep  healthy and make you feel best. Exercise makes your posture get better and reduces some common discomforts such as fatigues and backaches. Evidence shows it may save you from gestational diabetes (diabetes which develop during pregnancy), decreases stress, and ...
Three terms are used to explain the mood changes mothers experience after birth of the child: 70% of the new mothers experience “baby blues’ ‘ immediately after childbirth. The mother face sudden mood swings, like extreme happiness at one moment and extreme sadness at the next moment. Crying for no reason, impatience, restlessness, cranky, lonely...
What is Postpartum Depression? The complicated mixture of behavioral, emotional and physical changes which occur in some women after giving birth to a child is known as postpartum depression (PPD). As per DSM-5 (a manual used in the diagnosis of mental disorders) PPD is a type of major depression which starts within 4 weeks of...
Everybody knows a healthy diet during pregnancy is the most important intergradient for a child’s development and growth. The blog explains everything you should know when you’re expecting.  Food Group for Every Trimester First Trimester 2200 calories in a day Protein – 6 ozGrains – 7 ozDairy – 3 cupsVegetables – 3 cupsFruits – 2...
Do you want to lose your post pregnancy weight? Are you finding it tough? Don’t worry, what you’re feeling is very common and you have more company than you think. Don’t stress! You’ll eventually come in your pre-pregnancy shape. No matter whether you had a normal delivery or a c-section, you can start your mild...
Do you want to become pregnant? Are you trying it for a while? There are some ways to help you achieve success. Below are some tips which are generally recommended to want to be mothers so that they can prepare their mind, body and soul for a new life. 1. Clean up your eating Remove...
There are enormous changes in our immune system during pregnancy. If it wasn’t the case, the body would have attacked the baby as an alien object. The changes in our immune system make us tougher against some conditions, but less likely to fight against others. When you’re not pregnant, if you experience some loose poo...
According to research, around 33% of women face clinical anxiety or depression at one point or other during their pregnancy. However, some studies show less than 20% pregnant women ask for and that treatment is seldom adequate. A pregnant woman would be happy is a myth and that too a popular one. That is why...