Health and Pregnancy:
Exercise and pregnancy?
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Pregnancy does not mean you become weak. Pregnancy means you are now strong enough that you are growing another life in you. You should do exertion and workout when you are pregnant, you should not avoid this. This type of thing does not make you weak; instead, this makes you more fit if you have a proper exercise means exertion. Even maintaining your health by exertion and doing workout properly makes a woman more fit and healthy. Regular exertion during pregnancy can improve your posture and decrease some common discomforts such as backaches and fatigue. If you have never exercised regularly before, you can safely begin an exertion program during pregnancy after consulting with your health care provider, but do not try a new, strenuous activity. Walking is considered safe to initiate when pregnant.
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Who cannot exercise and workout?
If you have a medical problem, such as asthma, heart disease, or diabetes, exercise may not be advisable. And Moreover, if you have problems like bleeding or spotting, low placenta, threatened, recurrent miscarriage, previous premature births, history of early labor, and weak cervix then you should not exertion and nor workout.
Safe Exercise During Pregnancy:
The safest and most productive activities are swimming, brisk walking, indoor stationary cycling, step or elliptical machines, and low-impact aerobics. Tennis and racquetball are safe activities too, but changes in balance during pregnancy may affect rapid movements. Other activities such as jogging can be done in leniency, especially if you were doing them before your pregnancy.
Extensive Exercise You Should Not Do In Pregnancy:
Holding your breath during any exercise, skiing and horseback riding, softball, football, basketball, and volleyball, any exercise that may cause even mild abdominal trauma such as activities, jumping, hopping, skipping, bouncing, or running, full sit-ups, double leg raises, and straight-leg toe touches, and bouncing while stretching are few extensive exercises you should not do in pregnancy.
Dangerous Level for Pregnant Women:
When you feel chest pain, have abdominal pain, pelvic pain, persistent contractions, having headache, absence or decrease in fetal movement, feel faint, dizzy, nauseous, or light-headed, feel cold or clammy, or have vaginal bleeding, irregular or rapid heartbeat, have sudden swelling in your ankles, hands, face, or calf pain, are short of breath, have difficulty walking, and have muscle weakness are symptoms that your exercise is not good for you “pregnant women”.