Published on May 14, 2018 and last reviewed on Oct 14, 2019 - 3 min read
Pregnancy is a time when the whole family feels elated. But, for the mother, it is a time when she witnesses many changes taking place inside, both physically and mentally. So, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. Let us read some tips to stay positive during pregnancy.
Pregnancy is the most beautiful feeling in the world, but it also brings with it a lot of confusions and questions. Here, we have some tips to deal with this period of mixed emotions.
Scientifically, there are two types of changes in pregnancy. They are -
During these nine months of pregnancy, the primary physical changes a pregnant woman will face are:
Many women are concerned more about their body shape during and after pregnancy. As it is a natural process during pregnancy, there is no need to be stressed. You can instead focus on exercise, yoga, meditation, and having positive thoughts to regain your body back to a fit and perfect shape.
These three emotions are common in most of the pregnant women. But, in these states, stress hormones are released, which may affect the nervous system of the baby and the baby might be underweight and premature.
As emotions of the pregnant women affect the baby a lot, the mother and even the entire family should take some necessary steps as follows.
So, the main theme from many studies is, when a pregnant woman is stressed, stress hormones like cortisol are released, which affects herself and her baby a lot and may even cause a lot of psychological, neurological, and endocrine problems. And the converse also holds true. When a pregnant woman is very happy, relaxed, and in a peaceful state, her pleasure hormones are released and it tends to make the baby grow healthy, confident, and a happy person in the future.
Having periodical medical check-ups and a healthy lifestyle will make you comfortable during your pregnancy period.
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