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how to mitigate the discomforts in pregnancy
When expecting a baby, the joy and the happiness does not have borders. But, as l’advance of pregnancy, some disturbing symptoms can compromise this state of grace. The hormonal changes and not only in your body can cause a series of problems. Some future mothers can enjoy a pregnancy that is serene and without hassles, others, however, may be prey to a variety of hassles and complications. These discomforts are not dangerous but may need some attention. With some small changes in life style, after having heard the opinion of the doctor, you can relieve the discomfort. We will then how to alleviate discomforts in pregnancy:
the nausea and vomiting is very common during the first trimester and usually goes away by the fourth month of pregnancy. The exact cause of morning sickness is unknown, but experts believe that it is due to an increase in estrogen levels, stomach problems and nutritional deficiencies. We can mitigate this annoyance by doing and small meals throughout the day. Drinking ginger tea can help to soothe the nausea, or even simply smelling ginger or lemon. Heartburn is another common symptom and is caused by’ stomach acid flowing back in the’s esophagus. Drink water with apple cider vinegar twice a day. Just add 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar, unfiltered in a cup of hot water. Stay away from fatty foods or fried foods, coffee and carbonated beverages. Then try to not go to sleep immediately after meals, wait at least 30 minutes. In particular, in the first and in the third quarter, fatigue and exhaustion is another common problem for pregnant women. Try, therefore, to rest adequately. Eating foods rich in protein and iron. Also constipation is common in pregnancy because of an increase in the level of progesterone in the body. Also, if you take iron supplements during pregnancy, the situation may worsen. Therapy for constipation during pregnancy includes l’increase in dietary fibre and l’ increased water intake, along with moderate amount of daily exercise. L’ exercise can help even in the case of back pain.
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