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Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 23 (part 3)
Some women develop diabetes only during pregnancy; it is called gestational diabetes. It occurs when pregnancy hormones affect the way your body makes or uses insulin, a hormone that converts sugar in food into energy the body uses.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 23 (part 2) - Diabetes and Pregnancy
Diabetes is one of the most common medical complications of pregnancy. It occurs in 7 to 8% of all pregnancies. It was once a very serious problem during pregnancy, but today many diabetic women go through pregnancy safely.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 23 (part 1)
Baby’s body is getting plumper but skin is still wrinkled. Lanugo hair on the body occasionally turns darker at this time. The baby’s face and body begin to assume more of the appearance of an infant at birth.
Goodnight, Sleep Tight - Yoga Has The Power To Help You (Part 2)
The first thing yoga practitioners or yoga teachers must do to support a student's sleep is "educate themselves about sleep", says Philip Stevens (Swami Samnyasananda), a consultant neurophysiologist, sleep scientist and certified yoga teacher.
Goodnight, Sleep Tight - Yoga Has The Power To Help You (Part 1)
My sleep cycle has changed dramatically since giving birth. Before, I would wake early most mornings and head to the yoga studio for a dynamic two-hour asana practice. In the evenings, I'd be in bed asleep by 10.30 p.m. I was fit, energetic and easily able to cope with the competing demands of work, friends and family.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 22 (part 3)
Pregnancy can make diagnosis difficult because some symptoms can be typical in a normal pregnancy, such as nausea and vomiting. Pain in the lower abdomen on the right side may be credited to round-ligament pain or a urinary-tract infection.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 22 (part 2)
When you don’t drink water, you can become dehydrated. If you’re dehydrated, you can tire more easily. Once you’re dehydrated, it may reduce the amount of nutrients baby receives from you. Your blood thickens, making it harder to pass nutrients to baby. Dehydration may also increase your risk of problems.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 22 (part 1) - What Is Anemia?
There is a fine balance in your body between the production of red blood cells that carry oxygen to the rest of your body and the destruction of these cells. Anemia is the condition in which the number of red blood cells is low. If you’re anemic, you don’t have enough red blood cells.
How To Repulse Stress When Being Pregnant
Stress is the popular problem in pregnancy. There are many reasons that cause this phenomenon: pregnant women often feel tired, eat and sleep badly, have the pressure from work
Fitting in Fitness (part 3) - Walking for Health, Kegel Exercises
Walking can be a great low-impact aerobic activity during pregnancy. It is an exercise that is safe, easy to do, and inexpensive. If the weather is less than optimal, you can try a treadmill or roam around your local shopping mall.
Fitting in Fitness (part 2) - Developing an Effective Exercise Plan
The fundamentals of exercise remain basically the same for everyone, pregnant or not. You should develop an effective fitness plan that includes a warmup and a cooldown, with the activities of your choice in the middle.
Fitting in Fitness (part 1) - Benefits of Exercise During Pregnancy
Exercise has no harmful effects on a fetus and does not increase the risk of miscarriage or birth defects in a normal pregnancy. In fact, there is no doubt that if complications do not limit your ability to exercise during pregnancy, a regular fitness routine can be a big plus for both you and your baby.
Efficient Supports That Can Help Pregnant Women Sleep Well (Part 2)
To be comfortable before going to bed, pregnant women can ask the enthusiastic and devoted supporter – your husband to massage to help mother and baby relax. Some manipulations of massaging that your husband can help you are supporting head, relaxing neck, stroke eyebrow, rub back, shoulder and feet.
Efficient Supports That Can Help Pregnant Women Sleep Well (Part 1)
Having difficulty in sleeping, especially in the last 3 months of pregnancy is very popular to many pregnant women because the change of hormone and big size of body. Losing sleep regularly not only affects mothers’ health but also have a lot of bad effects to the development of fetus.
Eliminate Unpleasant Feeling In 9 Months Of Pregnancy
Becoming pregnant is one the most wonderful and interesting period of women’s life. However, some problems that you will meet in pregnancy can make pregnancy become harder. Therefore, pregnant women shouldn’t use any kind of medicine, so they often find the natural methods to feel more comfortable in pregnancy.
Transform Yourself With Yoga
There is no absolute in what constitutes a regular yoga practice and what a regular yoga practice is. Practice whatever you can, whenever and however you can. Go to classes; practice online; practice in your lounge room. You can practice walking down the street. Most importantly, you decide what your practice is going to be.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 21 (part 4)
Vaginitis covers a lot of conditions that cause annoying vaginal symptoms, such as itching, burning, irritation and abnormal discharge. The most common causes of vaginitis are bacterial vaginosis, vulvovaginal candidiasis and trichomoniasis. Bacterial vaginosis is the most common of the conditions and is discussed below.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 21 (part 3)
Some women experience food cravings during pregnancy. Food cravings have long been considered a nonspecific sign of pregnancy. We don’t understand all the reasons you might crave a food while you’re pregnant, but we believe hormonal and emotional changes add to the situation.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 21 (part 2)
Many women wonder about the safety of ultrasound exams. Medical researchers agree ultrasound exams don’t pose any risk to you or your baby. Researchers have looked for potential problems for many years without finding evidence of any.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 21 (part 1)
During pregnancy, you may hear the term meconium and wonder what it means. It refers to undigested stuff in baby’s digestive system. Meconium is made mostly of cells from the lining of baby’s gastrointestinal tract and swallowed amniotic fluid.
Dishes That You Should Eat To Prevent Lung Cancer
Green tea contains catechin that can eliminate radioactive substance out of body. In addition, the researches in laboratory showed that polyphenols extracted from green tea can prevent the development of cancer cells. Among people that smoke cigarette, the people that smoke cigarette have the risk of lung cancer 12 times than people drink at least 1 cup of green tea every day.
7 Ways That Can Treat Headache Efficiently
The change of weather and pressure of work can stimulate neural cells, so it can make many people have headache. The following ways can help you reduce the attack.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 20 (part 4)
Caloric sweeteners include processed and unprocessed sugars, such as granulated sugar, brown sugar and corn syrup. Unprocessed sugars include honey, agave nectar and raw sugar. Caloric content ranges from 16 to 22 calories per teaspoon. If you use caloric sweeteners, you’re adding empty calories to your meal plan.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 20 (part 3) - How Your Actions Affect Your Baby's Development
Pregnancy can be an important time of growing closer to your partner. As you get larger, sexual intercourse may become difficult because of discomfort for you. With some imagination and different positions (ones in which you aren’t on your back and your partner isn’t directly on top of you), you can continue to enjoy sexual relations.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 20 (part 2)
Your abdominal muscles are being stretched and pushed apart as your baby grows. Muscles attached to the lower portion of your ribs run vertically down to your pelvis. They may separate in the midline. These muscles are called the rectus muscles; when they separate, it is a hernia called a diastasis recti.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 20 (part 1)
The skin covering your baby began growing from two layers, the epidermis, which is on the surface, and the dermis, which is the deeper layer. By this point, there are four layers. One of these layers contains ridges, which are responsible for patterns on fingertips, palms and soles. They are genetically determined.
Beat PMS with Yoga (Part 1)
Hands up if working out is the last thing on your mind leading up to that time of the month? You’re not alone. According to the Mayo Clinic, an estimated three out of four women struggle with PMS.
6 Ways To Pump It Up!
What lights your fitness fire? We’re willing to bet it isn’t long slogs on the treadmill or stationary bike. The good news is, there’s a whole host of ways to get your cardio fix that don’t involve spending a mind-numbing hour watching the clock.
Bag A Hot Bod - Hit The Sand To Challenge Your Body And Blast Fat
Your body is a clever thing. No matter how hard you work in the gym, it always finds a way to make life as easy as possible. So, even if you’re hitting the dumbbells, treadmill and kettle bells hard, you may not be seeing the results you want. The answer? Do something different - and that’s where this unique workout comes in.
Beat PMS with Yoga (Part 2)
If you can, take one hand back at a time to grasp your ankles. If that’s too challenging, continue with your hands resting on your lower back. Hold the pose for 30-60 seconds before moving into child’s pose to rest.
Go Team - Best Workouts for Your Body Shape
Sit facing each other - with your feet on the inside of your partner’s legs. Take the medicine ball and lower down back onto the ground holding it overhead. Come forward, by crunching your abs and pass the ball to your partner. Your partner then performs the exercise.
Hit Your Peak - Get Ready To Take Your Body To The Top
Think practice makes perfect? Think again. You’ll never catch top athletes practicing their sport all day, every day. Instead they train smart, using a range of different workouts to build towards their goal. And they don’t just bag an awesome body - this training tactic also ensures they don’t over-train, keeping them injury free.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 19 (part 4) - Will You Be a Single Mother?
In the past years, we have seen an increase in the number of single moms. Today, over 40% of all babies in the United States are born to unmarried women. The largest number of single moms is women in their 20s—the average age is 26½.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 19 (part 3)
If you normally use herbs and botanicals—in the forms of teas, tinctures, pills or powders—to treat various medical and health problems, stop! We advise you not to treat yourself with any herbal remedy during pregnancy without checking first with your healthcare provider!
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 19 (part 2) - How Your Actions Affect Your Baby’s Development
Feeling dizzy during pregnancy is a fairly common symptom, often caused by low blood pressure (hypotension). It usually doesn’t appear until the second trimester but may occur earlier.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 19 (part 1)
Crown-to-rump length of the growing fetus is 5¼ to 6 inches (13 to 15cm) by this week. Your baby weighs about 7 ounces (200g). It’s incredible to think your baby will increase its weight more than 15 times between now and delivery!
All Information About Stretch Mark That Pregnant Women Want To Know
How to prevent stretch mark is the question that’s in many pregnant women’s concern. Knowing the reasons of stretch mark at some level, can help you to prevent the risk of stretch mark and have suitable treatments to smear the mark after birth.
How To Eat Right During Pregnancy
According to medicine specialists, pregnant women should absorb 300 calories a day. Although nausea and vomit in first months of pregnancy can bring you discomfort and appetite loss, you should to have a balance diet that provides you with necessary vitamins during pregnancy. the followings are recommendations that support your and fetal health.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 18 (part 3)
You need about 30mg of iron a day to meet the increased needs of pregnancy. Baby draws on your iron stores to create its own stores for its first few months of life. This helps protect baby from iron deficiency if you breastfeed.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 18 (part 2) - How Your Actions Affect Your Baby’s Development
Everyone has heard stories of women who continued with strenuous exercise or arduous activities until the day of delivery without problems. Stories are told of Olympic athletes who were pregnant at the time they won medals. This kind of training and physical stress isn’t a good idea for most pregnant women.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 18 (part 1)
Between 50 and 80% of all pregnant women have back and hip pain at some time. Pain usually occurs during the third trimester as your tummy grows larger. However, pain may begin early in pregnancy and last until well after delivery (up to 5 or 6 months).
The 3 Main Factors Of Abdominal Fat Accumulations
A part from affecting the body shape, the fat belly is also an element that increases the risk of health. Belly fat can be a warning signs of issues relating to hypertension, cardiovascular diseases, insulin antibiotics and even Alzheimer.
7 Steps For Women To Have A Healthy Pregnancy
Pregnancy is always the most important period of time to every woman. This is also the sensitive moment because every activity of pregnant women such as eating, walking, exercising, traveling… all affects pregnant women’s health and fetal developments. To make sure that fetuses have 9 months and 10 days being safe and healthy in the womb, pregnant women should take notice of those helpful tips.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 17 (part 3)
You may be wondering if you want a doula to help you during baby’s birth. A doula is a woman who is trained to provide support and assistance during labor and delivery. The doula remains with you from the onset of labor until baby is born.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 17 (part 2) - How Your Actions Affect Your Baby’s Development
Ultrasound is performed at different times for different reasons. During the second trimester, it can be used with amniocentesis, with bleeding related to placenta previa or abruption, when there is concern about intrauterine-growth restriction (IUGR), to evaluate fetal well-being and to diagnose multiple fetuses.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 17 (part 1)
As pregnancy advances, the uterus becomes more oval than round as it fills the pelvis and starts to grow into the abdomen. Your intestines are pushed upward and to the sides. Your uterus eventually reaches almost to your liver.
The Private Anguish Of PCOS (Part 2)
While the outward signs of PCOS can lead to serious problems with body image, the physiologic effects of insulin resistance can be harmful to lifelong health. Not only is PCOS the number-one cause of infertility, those who do become pregnant are also at higher risk for miscarriage and pregnancy-induced diabetes.
The Private Anguish Of PCOS (Part 1)
A mysterious hormonal condition is afflicting thousands of Indian women. It’s making them heavier and hirsute and stealing their health and happiness.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 16 (part 4) - Rh Disease and Sensitivity
Everyone has either Rh-positive blood or Rh-negative blood. If you have the Rh factor in your blood, you are Rh-positive—most people are Rh-positive. If you do not have the Rh-factor, you are Rh-negative. Rh-negativity affects about 15% of the white population and 8% of the Black/African-American population in the United States.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 16 (part 3)
Week 16 is the turning point—no more lying flat on your back while resting or sleeping, or lying flat on the floor while exercising or relaxing. Reclining in a chair or propped against pillows is OK.
 
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