During pregnancy except for the indication of the doctor there is nothing to ignore the active lifestyle. Therefore most working women looking to start their go away around the time of labor and thus have more days to be with the baby. To achieve this director of the center provides some very easy-to-follow care help download the physical pressure of the day and avoid the most ordinary complaints.

To relieve back pain

The bodily changes lead to enlarged lumbar lord sis and overload the muscles. The result a malaise that becomes stronger at the end of the day and as the belly grows.

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How to prevent it

In the office, take care to keep the lumbar spine all the time supported on the seat. If necessary with the use of any intermediary, cushion at home massaging the painful area with a tennis ball. The lower joints receive an increase of extra than 20% of the weight that pregnancy begins. The solution for this is to choose flat shoes with fine arch and buttress. Also, follow a physical action plan that provides more flexibility.

Reduce edema

In the last quarter fluid retention causing heavy legs, wrists, and hands the rest with legs elevated, mobilizing feet and knees and walks will alleviate these symptoms. For hands, should be made every 40 minutes during working hours flexibility movements shoulders elbows and hands. It is true that pregnancy does not have an effect on women in the same way, but it is essential to know how to stop injuries and illnesses.

 

 

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During pregnancy except for the indication of the doctor there is nothing to ignore the active lifestyle. Therefore most working women looking to start their go away around the time of labor and thus have more days to be with the baby. To achieve this director of the center...