52 Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy During pregnancy you can feel extremely good if you take care of your health and that of your baby. What’s more, you can further increase the chances that your pregnancy will be very successful and healthy by following these tips that we have published for you.
Hello, how are you doing today? I hope you are very well, I invite you to pay close attention to the important information that I have come to share with you. The Healthy Lifestyle and Life channel brings you these 52 top tips for a healthy pregnancy.
Tip number one: go to your trusted doctor before you get pregnant. Tip number two: Start by changing your eating habits and eating a variety of healthy foods. Tip number three: Eat three meals and two balanced snacks a day.
Tip number four: you should exercise, this will help you stay in shape during your pregnancy, it will also help you reduce the risk of miscarriage, reduce complications of childbirth and can help you reduce stress.
Take a moderate walk for fifteen to twenty minutes a day or you can even take a special exercise class for pregnancy. Tip number five: get at least eight hours of sleep at night. If you have a sleep disorder, try napping during the day and visit your doctor for advice.
Tip number six: educate yourself, try to read more books on pregnancy tips. Tip number seven: Take a vitamin every day as directed by your obstetrician or trusted doctor, make sure it contains 0.4 milligrams of folic acid.
Tip number eight: join online groups on sites like Facebook.com, WhatsApp, Telegram, quora.com, or reddit.com. Tip number nine: Don’t smoke or allow yourself to be exposed to secondhand smoke. There are many programs that help you.
Tip number ten: ask your partner to join you in your new healthy habits. Tip number eleven: Follow your cycles. By learning all you can about your cycles, you can determine when you ovulate and when you can get pregnant.
Tip number twelve: decide what you want to do about birth control. You may need to find out how quickly you can get pregnant after stopping birth control, or how you plan to get pregnant from the moment you stop the birth control pill or current birth control.
Tip number thirteen: it may be necessary to speak to a new professional for advice before getting pregnant. Tip number fourteen: ask your friends who are already parents, about pregnancy and parenting.
Tip number fifteen: avoid chemicals that can harm your developing baby. Tip Number Sixteen: Learn about common hazardous chemicals that could be lurking in your home, your workplace, and your community.
Tip number seventeen: do not drink alcohol when trying to get pregnant, there is no known safe amount during pregnancy, and alcohol can cause birth defects. Tip number eighteen: Go to the dentist before you get pregnant and brush your teeth several times a day, especially after meals.
Tip number nineteen: when you go to your doctor or dentist tell him that you are trying to get pregnant. This will help you avoid exposure to dangerous chemicals and tests. Tip number twenty: If you have a cat, learn about the risk of contracting toxoplasmosis in your cat’s litter box, if possible, avoid changing your cat’s litter box while you are pregnant.
Tip number twenty-one: remember that pregnancy can last for months. However, if you have been trying to get pregnant for more than a year or more than six months, or if you are 35 years old or older, then you should consult your doctor.
Tip number twenty two: announce your pregnancy when you are ready. Tip number twenty-three: Do not take over-the-counter medications or herbal remedies without first consulting your trusted doctor. Tip number twenty-four: start a pregnancy journal or blog if you get the chance.
Tip number twenty-five: Drink 8 to 10 glasses of at least 8 ounces of water a day. Tip number twenty-six: Wear comfortable shoes and put your feet up several times a day to avoid fatigue and swelling of the legs and ankles.
Tip number twenty-seven: Talk to your doctor or midwife about the safest remedies for common pregnancy problems like nausea, heartburn, and constipation. Tip number twenty-eight: when you move from one place to another in a vehicle, wear your seat belt.
The part that passes over the shoulder should be placed over the clavicle, down over your chest between your breasts and down the side of your belly. The bottom will be placed under the abdomen as low as possible, on the hips and thighs, but should never be placed above the abdomen.
In addition, preferably pregnant women should sit as far back as possible from the air bags. Tip number twenty-nine: There may be days when you are quite sensitive and anything they say makes you feel terrible, this is very normal and is due to the effect of hormones on your body.
Avoid taking things personally, and when this happens, take a deep breath and go about your day. Tip number thirty: talk to your parents. What do you want to learn from their experience? How do you want to receive advice from him? Tip number thirty-one: participate in a prenatal, yoga, or exercise program.
Tip number thirty-two: go to your prenatal consultations with your midwife or your specialist doctor. This will favor the ability to detect problems early and minimize them. Tip number thirty-three: it is very important that you can take a pregnancy preparation course.
Tip number thirty-four: remember to add between 300 and 500 calories a day to your diet during pregnancy. Tip number thirty-five: Keep a food diary to make sure you meet your daily needs. Tip number thirty-six: check the signs and signals of preterm labor and warning signs so you know when to call your doctor in case it is necessary.
Tip number thirty-seven: Schedule a birthing facility tour before making a decision if you are not planning on having a home birth. Tip thirty-eight: When decorating your home or nursery, consider avoiding fumes often associated with paint and wallpaper.
Maybe you can let your friends do the heavy lifting while you help them prepare the snacks. Tip number thirty-nine: if you have the opportunity, take care of a friend’s baby and learn some tips for taking care of a baby.
Tip number forty: Attend a childbirth preparation course, register in advance to make sure you get the class and appointments you want. Tip number forty-one: stretch before bed to avoid leg cramps. Tip number forty-two: Take a breastfeeding course to prepare yourself for the reality of breastfeeding.
Tip number forty-three: swimming is great late in pregnancy. It can help you to greatly relieve pain and give you the feeling of weightlessness. Tip number forty-four: keep exercising even if you have to slow down, this will help you recover faster.
Tip number forty-five: write a birth plan, something that helps you clarify what you want or need for your birth experience, share it with your doctors and with the people you have invited to your birth advice.
Tip number forty-six: practice relaxation whenever you can, try to do it at least once a day. Tip Number Forty Seven: Pelvic tilts are recommended to help with late pregnancy and back pain. This will help relieve pain and encourage the baby to get into a good position for delivery.
Tip number forty-eight: pack your suitcase in advance: if you go to a birthing center or hospital, don’t forget your health insurance cards, pre-registration forms, camera, birth plan, etc. Tip Number Forty-Nine: Review the signs of labor and the warning signs.
Tip number fifty: take a photo before the baby arrives. Tip number fifty-one: read birth stories. Tip number fifty-two and last: Give your baby a kiss for us and subscribe to our channel and activate the notification bell.
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