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During your pregnancy, you will experience different ailments at different times for nine months. The most common of these are morning sickness, heartburn, constipation, back pain and headaches. Don't let all these ailments worry you. There are several ways to eliminate or alleviate them.
During your pregnancy, your body is going through a lot of changes, so it's natural that your body reacts to these changes. What you need to do is to recognize your body's reactions, to understand and to avoid things that will increase them. Now turn them
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Back pain is a common problem, especially during the later months of pregnancy. A bad posture while sitting or standing can also contribute to the formation of the pain. Some simple rules will help you to follow.
• Avoid heavy transport. Divide the loads on both sides and maintain balance.
• When picking up from the ground, do not lean over, break your knees and squat and keep your back straight.
• Do not work by leaning too far down or reaching up, so that the area you are working is at your full waist level.
• Sit and support your back while sitting and always keep it upright.
In fact, this condition is not very accurate to say morning sickness.Because these problems you can occur at any time of the day. This discomfort usually decreases after 12-14 weeks, because the sudden increase in hormones stops and the body becomes accustomed to. A few suggestions for you to minimize:
• If you feel sick in the morning, have a few very salty and non-sweet biscuits before you get out of bed.
• Eat less and frequent. Instead of going to sweets and sugars to keep your blood sugar high, snack on bananas, low sugar and salty crackers.
• Drink plenty of water.
Stomach burn and indigestion
A lid located at the entrance to the stomach will loosen during pregnancy. In addition, your growing baby compresses your stomach by pressure from below and contributes to indigestion. To prevent and reduce this, you need to:
• Eat less and frequently (you should eat 6-7 instead of 3 per day).
• Avoid foods that are too greasy and fried.
• You should stop eating a few hours before going to bed.
• Do not take the medication yourself and make sure that your antacids are safe from your doctor.
• Avoid chocolate and sugary foods. These foods will increase the loosening of your stomach lid and cause food to escape into your esophagus.
Hormonal changes in pregnancy and the baby's growing intestine squeeze the bowel causes constipation. Do not use laxative medications that treat constipation. Instead, drink plenty of water and eat fiber foods.
These are the swollen superficial veins of the body. This situation will pass after your baby is born. To reduce the pain caused by these legs often raise and rest your legs.Ways to reduce varicose veins:
• Avoid crossing the legs
• Do not carry too heavy
• Walk, swim and exercise.
• If you have varicose veins on your vulva, raise the foot of your bed slightly.
BASUR OR HEMOROIDS
These are the varicose veins that swell at the exit of the large ablutions in the back. You should eat plenty of fiber foods and drink water to prevent hemorrhoids. Ice compresses can reduce your pain. Your doctor may also recommend ointments that you can safely use.
The need for frequent toileting is a problem that you will encounter frequently during the first three months of your pregnancy. Sometimes you may not be able to hold your urine, especially when you are laughing and coughing.
Legs, wrists, feet and hands can swell during pregnancy. This is due to the body's accumulation of water due to hormones. However, this swelling can be risky if it is associated with high blood pressure. To avoid these, try to rest your feet up and wear flat, comfortable shoes.
Cramping is a sudden and sharp pain. In general, calf muscles and legs are common. It is thought that low sodium levels in the body can cause this. Regular exercises will help you regulate your blood circulation and reduce the formation of these cramps. It is also important for healthy eating. Particularly, bananas are a good source of sodium and benefit from your consumption.
Dizziness and fainting are common problems of pregnancy. Sebebi is an instant insufficient blood to go to your brain. Therefore, take care to lie on the side. You can also be seen when you suddenly get out of bed and chair.So you should avoid such sudden departures. This dizziness will go away in a few minutes. If it lasts longer, it can be a precursor to a serious illness. You should tell your doctor.
If you have difficulty falling asleep at night, do not worry. Many pregnant women live in it. There is much you can do for a good night's sleep.
• Normally sit up later than you are sitting.
• Be sure to move, exercise, walk or swim during the day. This will both relax and exhaust you.
• Do not use any medication to sleep. These medicines can be harmful during pregnancy and disrupt your normal sleep patterns.
• Do not use alcohol, caffeine or other stimulants.
• Do not think too much about your sleep problems. Find other activities to relax and distract you from the problem, watch movies, listen to music or read books.
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