Pregnancy

What pregnant woman need to expect? What information I should now about pregnancy? And what to prepare while pregnant?

How to Get the Best Night's Sleep While Pregnant

How to Get the Best Night’s Sleep While Pregnant

Women can experience sleep problems in all three trimesters of pregnancy. However, conditions like insomnia and sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) are common in the first and third trimesters. Common causes of disturbed sleep during pregnancy are fluctuating hormones, frequent bathroom visits at night, nasal congestion, digestive issues, and heartburn. Sleep enhances your central nervous system (CNS) …

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10 Diet Changes You Need to Make When You're Pregnant for Your Baby's Wellbeing

10 Diet Changes You Need to Make When You’re Pregnant for Your Baby’s Wellbeing

Eating a balanced and nutritious diet during pregnancy leads to healthy child development and decreases the risk of congenital disabilities. A nutritious diet is beneficial for both the mother and the developing fetus. It reduces the likelihood of unpleasant pregnancy symptoms, including anemia, morning sickness, fatigue, stress, anxiety, insomnia, etc. Research shows that an imbalanced …

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Woman mental health – How to stay mentally healthy during pregnancy?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 10% of women experience mental illnesses during pregnancy. The number of pregnant women with mental conditions, such as stress, depression, and anxiety, is higher in developing countries. The WHO data shows that 15.6% of women suffer from mental health conditions during pregnancy in developing countries. Feeling stressed or …

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10 Ways to Overcome Postpartum Depression

Research shows that over 80% of women in the United States experience the “baby blues.” Many women suffer from the severe form of baby blues known as postpartum depression. Approximately 20% of new mothers experience postpartum depression. Recent studies highlight that one in seven women can experience postpartum depression for 12 months after giving birth. …

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