During pregnancy, where you not only need to take rest along with taking nutritious food, but too much rest can also harm you. In such a situation, you also need to do some exercise, but it is very important to know which exercise is beneficial for you during pregnancy. At the same time, it is also important to know which exercise can harm you or under what circumstances you should not exercise?
According to the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, pregnant women should do at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day. But the biggest question is, which exercise should be done and for how long in view of the safety of you and your baby during pregnancy? Let’s know-
Required exercise: Usually a lot of workouts are beneficial in pregnancy. These include swimming, walking, indoor cycling and light aerobics. However, it is very important that you consult an expert or your doctor.
Not exercising: It is very important to know when you should not workout. If you have asthma, heart problems or even diabetes, then you should not exercise. Also, if you are suffering from pregnancy related problems like bleeding, recurrent miscarriage, early labor pain, weak cervical during previous pregnancy, then you should consult experts.
Exercise in these conditions stop: If you are not facing any kind of problem while exercising then no problem. On the other hand, if you are having any kind of problem including chest pain, abdominal pain, pelvic pain, headache, fainting, cold, fever, bleeding, high blood pressure, swelling of hands and feet and face, trouble in breathing, then better You must stop exercising immediately.
After Delivery: You need to take the right advice from your doctor for whether you should exercise after delivery or not. Post-delivery you are in dire need of rest, while also taking care of your baby’s upbringing.