What To Do And What Not To Do During Pregnancy

by Tom Elline Ultrasound babyscan clinic
Pregnancy comes along with restrictions that a would-be mom has to follow for the safety of the mum and the baby. The restrictions are made to avoid health complications and ensure well being of both of them. Many complications and birth defects may develop due to medical conditions. Many birth defects are treatable but some are not curable.
There is a list of dos and don’ts from the experts at Well being scan Clinic Coventry that are to be followed by the pregnant mum to avoid any complications regarding health.

    • Do take multivitamins: 

Eating multivitamins, folic acids is a healthy habit. It provides proteins and vitamins to the growing baby. A healthy diet alone is not enough for the mum and the baby. Prenatal vitamins are essential for the baby. Supplement of folic acid, vitamins, and iron are essential to provide proper nourishment for the baby. omega 3 fats provide nourishment for the baby’s brain development.

    • Do get lots of sleep: 

Anxiety, anticipation, and changing levels of hormones make sleep difficult during the months of pregnancy. During the last trimester, you will need lots of sleep.

    • Do work out: 

To combat insomnia, muscle pain, excessive weight gain, and mood problems work out is the best option. Incorporating a fitness routine into your day is a good option for the baby and the mum. You need to do exercises that are safe and comfortable for the baby.

    • Do eat Seafood: 

Seafood is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids, zinc, and iron. Raw seafood causes health problems. Seafood contains harmful bacteria and viruses which are eliminated during cooking. A pregnant woman should avoid raw fish that contains a high level of mercury.

    • Do practice yoga: 

Prenatal yoga classes are designed especially for mothers-to–be. It is advisable to consult a doctor to check the risks before signing up for a class.

    • To gain weight smartly: 

It is advised nowadays to eat smartly and to plan what to eat and how much to eat. Maintaining the right body weight is necessary for pregnancy. Gaining a lot of weight will harm the baby.

    • Don’t Smoke:

Low birth weight and learning disabilities are seen in babies if the mother continues smoking during her pregnancy days. Nicotine addiction may develop in these children at an early age than others.

    • Don’t Drink Alcohol: 

Low birth weight, behavioral and learning disabilities, and growth and development milestones are seen in babies when the mothers continue drinking during the days of pregnancy.

    • Don’t eat unpasteurized food: 

Unpastueized milk is not recommended for mothers because it has not been heated to kill the bacteria that can make you ill.

    • Avoid caffeine: 

Caffeine reaches the baby through the placenta and increases the heart rate of the baby.

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