The Things You Should Do And Should Not Do During Pregnancy

Mothers always do their best for their kid to ensure that they grow up strong and healthy. But, the time to start caring for your kid starts even before they enter this world. That’s right mother’s need to be ‘all in’ even during their pregnancy as many factors can have an impact on your unborn infant’s health and well-being. This is why expecting mothers should be especially cautious of the kinds of habits they adopt because these do have a long-term impact on your child.

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Research has suggested that women during their pregnancy should follow certain useful tips that can effectively improve your child’s well-being. Here are 10 dos and don’ts that all pregnant mothers should follow. But before you start following these tips it would be a good idea to discuss them with your doctor first.

1Don’t be a picky eater

After the fourth month of pregnancy if you don’t eat different varieties of foods, your child could become a picky eater. However, this doesn’t mean that you should start eating anything. You should consult your doctor about what kinds of foods you should eat to keep you and your baby healthy and work out a good diet plan.

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2Massage your baby bump

If you massage your belly during the first trimester of pregnancy it could only worsen your morning sickness. However, after this period it is recommended that you and your partner massage your baby bump with gentle and affectionate touches and hand motions. This way you can bond with your baby. This impacts your child’s happiness and strengthens the emotional bond between parent and child.

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3Don’t stay in a sauna or hot tub for too long

Soaking in a hot tub or sitting in a sauna might seem like a good way to relax. But if you stay in there for too long it could be harmful for you and your baby. The reason is because staying in the heat can raise your core temperature which could lead to complications resulting in a miscarriage or birth defects.

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