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Hot baths or sauna is one of useful ways to help pregnant women relax and reduce pain effectively.

However, specialist doctors advise you should not abuse sauna because high temperature of steam and water make body temperature increase and harm the development of babies.

Sauna

In that way, bathroom has lots of hot water making body temperature increase. That is not safe for pregnant women, especially in the first 3 months of pregnancy.

Although sauna is also useful for body to be relaxed comfortably, remove toxicant out of the body via sweat discharged through widening pores; for pregnant women, discharging sweat too much can cause dehydration and hypotension.

Hypotension is very dangerous for fetus; it makes blood provided for babies decrease. You can recognize this symptom by dizziness. If this condition continues happening, it’s easy to lead to miscarriage or stillbirth.

Pregnant women should not take sauna.

Pregnant women should not take sauna.

Have a bath with hot water

The same as sauna, having a bath with hot water is also “culprit” causing increase in body temperature.

However, you can also relax with having a bath in condition that temperature of water is adjusted to 1040F, equivalently 400C, and do not soak the body too long in water because soaking with this temperature just about 10 – 12 minutes can make your body temperature be up to 380C.

Furthermore, when body is soaked under hot water, it’s is difficult to dissipate heat via sweating.

You should take a bath with hot water in short time - about 10 minutes - to ensure safeness for both mothers and babies.

Having a bath with hot water is “culprit” causing increase in body temperature.

Having a bath with hot water is “culprit” causing increase in body temperature.

Have a shower with warm water

It is a safe way for pregnant women, but you need to check the temperature of water before using, and be sure that water’s temperature does not exceed 1000F, equivalently 37.50C.

Moreover, you also should not take a shower over 15 minutes with warm water because that is not good for the development of babies.

Pregnant women  also should not take a shower over 15 minutes with warm water because that is not good for the development of babies

Pregnant women  also should not take a shower over 15 minutes with warm water because that is not good for the development of babies

Note that pregnant women, in many ways, should not keep body temperature exceeding 1020F, equivalently 380C, because if temperature is too high, it will harm babies especially in the first months of pregnancy.

Particularly, do not have a bath with hot water and sauna in the first 3 months of pregnancy.

There are many methods to help pregnant women relax and reduce pain such as practicing yoga, massaging, and taking a shower with warm water at home.

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