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The usual notion of no-exercise during pregnancy is not applicable always. In fact, as per the eminent gynecologists, the would-be moms must take up a light exercise routine to maintain a healthy pregnancy and smooth delivery. However, this doesn’t refer to heavy and prolonged workout regimes.
A light exercise routine (for say 30 minutes daily) is good to keep the body muscles strong. Besides, it would boost up your stamina & would promote great circulation throughout the body. Then, it’s good to inform that exercises during pregnancy would assist in easing the hormonal issues faced by pregnant women this time. Research reveals that exercising while pregnant releases serotonin that is known as happy hormone & would make you feel easy & fit when you are carrying. Moreover, if you exercise in your pregnant state, you can be relived from the usual pains and aches of pregnancy.
However, make sure to consult your gynecologist before taking up an exercise routine while pregnant.
It’s not an easy task to carry a baby around for an about to be mom for 9 odd months. There are certain exercises that women in labor are required to do as prescribed by doctors; at the same time there are a lot of regular exercises that women should avoid during the time period of pregnancy. Exercises like rides at the amusement park may have adverse effect on both the child and mother. Also, Cycling is not a good idea for new moms carrying babies. Exercises like basketball, soccer, volleyball, hockey etc. invites a lot of risk for women and her yet to be born baby during the time of pregnancy.
Also, gymnastics should strictly be avoided as well. Even if you’re one of the most passionate and better riders around, you should keep away from horse riding during the pregnancy period. Other exercises to be avoided include scuba diving, snowboarding, surfing etc.
Nausea and vomiting are ailments had by many individuals. Nausea is the unpleasant, painless sensation that one may potentially vomit.
Nausea in pregnant women is a common thing. The significant causes of nausea include iatrogenic causes, toxicity, infectious causes, gastrointestinal disorders, and central nervous system or psychiatric conditions.
Pregnancy is the most common endocrinologic cause of nausea and vomiting and must be considered in any woman of childbearing age. The correct and recognizable symptoms are mainly dehydration or electrolyte abnormalities. Nausea can be psychological or physical in origin. It can originate from the problems in the brain or organs of the upper gastrointestinal tract. This makes the diagnosis of the cause of prolonged nausea a hard task.
All stimuli that cause nausea work via the vomiting center in the brain which gives rise to the sensation of nausea and coordinates the physical act of vomiting.