When pregnant, the women’s temperature is higher than normal. In summer, the hot weather makes them feel uncomfortable.

The followings tips will help the pregnant to have the best health state in the next summer.

The summer weather is hot and muggy while the hormone changing makes pregnant women easily get angry and nervous. The hot temper of the pregnant will cause bad effects on babies, so pregnant women should keep calm and be happy. The members of pregnant women’s family, such as: their husbands, parents… should facilitate pregnant women’s activities, keep a relaxing family atmosphere and help them to share the work, feelings in order to avoid stress and reduce anger.

Pregnant women’s temperature is higher than normal.

Pregnant women’s temperature is higher than normal.

In this season, pregnant women can easily have dehydration which causes dizziness and tiredness. Remember to drink at least, 6-8 glasses of water a day and some cool drinks like lemon or orange juice which are the perfect drinks to release your thirst. The fetus will be protected from the hot weather if its mother isn’t hydrated.    

The blood pressure of the pregnant is already low, the hot weather can make it lower and cause dizziness and faint. The pregnant in the first 3 months and the next 3 months of pregnancy can have dizziness in summer because the hot temperature causes blood vein expansion. In that case, you should lie on the heart’s side to improve blood circulation. If you are at places like public area, offices, you should try to sit.   

Pregnant clothes for hot weather are also important. You should wear bright color clothes and the cotton ones which are big for air to flow easily and prevent temperature increasing at the belly area. At the same time, it will help you feel cool and prevent you from prickly heat.

You should reduce eating hot, spicy foods.

You should reduce eating hot, spicy foods.

Appetite is the popular sign in pregnancy but you should cut down on the food that is hot and spicy. Instead of that, you should have some snacks like salad, fruits and eat more regularly. This is a great way to balance your blood sugar and be healthy.

You also need to take care of your personal hygiene. The sweat glands will work a lot, so the pregnant have to take showers and change clothes frequently. You shouldn’t swim in a pond or public pool because the water can contain bacteria that cause infection through the reproductive system and badly affects pregnant women’s and the fetus’s health. On the other hand, you should take showers in an airtight room.

Reading a book can bring you relaxation.

Reading a book can bring you relaxation.

Relaxing is a good way to cool down the body because you can breathe easier in a quiet environment. So, read a book, listen to a song, sip a glass of juice, turn the fan on and enjoy yourself.

Besides, you can use facial masks made of fresh fruits or the body ones or supply the fruits on the skin area that you feel hot.

What should be eaten to prevent high temperature?

Pregnant women should eat a variety of foods to keep nutritious absorption in balance. It can be 6-11 rice and bread servings; 2-4 fruit servings, 4 vegetable and milk ones and 3 protein servings (protein is in eggs, pork, fish, poultry, beans…)

·         Eat fibrous foods like rice, bread, vegetables.

·         Drink at least, 4 glass of milk a day or have calcium products to make sure that you’ll receive 1000-1300 mg calcium that is necessary to your babies and body.

·         Absorbing vitamin C in summer is good too. Hence, you should eat foods that are rich in nutrients, such as grapefruits, oranges, strawberries and broccoli.

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