As per Babycenter, expecting a child can inspire women to adopt healthier lifestyle choices and strive towards achieving a healthy body weight, regardless of their current weight. This is an exciting time, but it is essential to ensure that both the mother and the unborn child are in good health before taking care of the newborn.
There is a wealth of information available, some of which is backed by medical research and should be taken seriously. It is crucial to follow sound advice when pregnant, and the following tips may be useful:
1. Incorporate regular exercise into your routine after consulting with your primary care provider. Examples include walking, cycling, and gardening.
2. Begin taking prenatal vitamins as soon as possible, as recommended by your physician, to ensure the proper development of bones, eyes, and brain of the unborn child.
3. According to healthline Consume nutritious meals, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, foods high in calcium, and low in saturated fat, as advised by WebMD.
4. Keep a menstrual cycle journal to accurately predict ovulation and pregnancy deadlines.
5. Eliminate hazardous substances such as smoking, alcohol, and illegal drugs to minimize the risk of abnormal babies, miscarriages, and other complications. Consult with your primary care provider if you face difficulty quitting these substances. The National Health Service (NHS) strongly advises against these substances during pregnancy.
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