SAFETY EXERCISE FOR PREGNANT WOMAN
For pregnancy woman, the exercise is require for healty of mother and be born
baby. You also diserve a smart and sensible treat. The pregnant woman usually
need about 30 minute exercise before have snack snack on carbohydrate-rich,
energy-supplying snacks, such as raw carrot sticks, a banana, rice cakes, a
fruit smoothie, a bowl of cereal, or a bran muffin. The fact is, you’re
now burning carbohydrates faster than expectant moms who don’t exercise,
so you need the energy boost a snack can provide.
Exercise is good for you, as long as you allow for the current condition of
your body. For example, you should avoid any exercises that require balancing
because your center of gravity isn’t where it used to be.
Four DO you should consider :
1. DO take the time to warm up and cool down.
Always spend 10 minutes warming up before you exercise strenuously and another
10 minutes cooling down when you’re finished. You now need a little
more time for your heart and respiration rates to climb and then return to
2. DO wear an athletic bra.
It will provide good support for your breasts, which will be larger and somewhat
tender. Not only will an athletic bra make exercising much more comfortable,
it will help your breasts retain their shape.
3. DO stop if you feel very tired, dizzy, or nauseated.
Remember, you’re exercising to boost your energy. As always, listen
to your body. If it wants to quit, then quit.
4. DO drink plenty of water.
There’s always a danger of dehydration during exercise. So drink 2
glasses of water about an hour before you exercise, then a glass halfway through
your workout and another glass when you’re done.
Four DON'T you should consider :
1. DON’T exercise in extreme heat or humidity.
Under these conditions, even a good sweat may not be able to cool your body
sufficiently. If you elevate your core temperature–the temperature inside
your body–it could endanger your baby. If the weather is hot and humid,
head for the pool, a mall walk, or an air-conditioned gym.
2. DON’T exercise while lying on your back
after your third month.
Your uterus and baby can press down on major blood vessels, dangerously lowering
your blood pressure.
3. DON’T exercise if you become short of
Take the "Talk Test." You should be able to carry on a conversation
even at the peak of your exercising. If you’re unable to speak because
you’re gasping and panting, you’re working too hard. Slow down.
4. DON’T use a hot tub or sauna.
The high temperatures in the hot tub or sauna can raise your core temperature,
endangering your baby.
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