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EXERCISE MYTHS



  1. There has through the years been a lot of myths and misconceptions about pregnancy and exercise as to what it would do and what a pregnant woman should be allowed to do. Exercise was thought to cause all kinds of fetal and pregnancy problems; all of which has now been not just proven incorrect, but that exercise actually helps prevent the same problems it was once said to cause.It's not just a matter of exercise being OK for pregnant women, it's actually necessary to prevent a lot of problems associated with pregnancy, as well as help the mother stay healthy and make a healthier baby.

    MOMS BENEFITS FROM PRENATAL EXERCISE

    • Improves fertility
    • Reduces effects of biomechanical changes to your body such as upper and lower back strain, sciatica, and knee pain by maintaining strength and proper spinal alignment for better posture.
    • Eliminates or reduces discomforts of water retention, tension, stress, depression, and excessive weight gain.
    • Prevents and treats pregnancy induced diabetes.
    • Improves calcium absorption to prevent hypertension, preeclampsia and future osteoporosis.
    • Minimizes stretch-marks, varicose veins, abdominal separation and hyperventilation.
    • Improves self-esteem and well-being.
    • Increases energy, stamina, fitness levels and muscle control for an easier pregnancy and a faster and less painful delivery.
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