Have A Stress Free Pregnancy With This Therapy

So you are on pregnancy! It is the time that you start taking good care of yourself. Perhaps you have been heard that pregnant woman need to undergo lots of physical stress during this time. High pressure, constipation, anaemia, the lack of folic acid is some of the problems that you may have. Apart from this physical problem being stressed is quite common. An expert maternity physiotherapist says that, as new mothers are going to step into a completely new life and experience new things physically. This is why new mothers to be start to panic. Worry brings stress and stress is not good for pregnancy. If you do Pilates then there is less chance to be stressed. However psychiatrist’s advice to do whatever makes them happy. You should never allow yourself to be stressed while you are on pregnancy. So here are some tips to have a stress free pregnancy with the help of this following therapy.

Take care of your stomach and gluteal muscles:

Perhaps you don’t know that during the time of your pregnancy the body releases a hormone namely, relaxin. Now this hormone can be the cause of pelvic pain and lower back pain as it makes the ligaments more flexible. This is why you should take care of your deep abdominal muscles which will help to encounter the laxity. If you do a little exercise with your legs then you will feel good and less pained. Do ensure that you visit a physiotherapy expert so as to ensure that your exercises are being followed in the right way, especially during pregnancy.

Exercise decreases back pain –

We have said early that when you strengthen the deep abdominal muscles it will decrease the back pain gradually. With the help of Pilates you may not feel the harsh back pain. Again, it will ensure to keep you fit and maintain your correct body posture.

Lets strengthen the pelvic area –

Getting weak is quite common in pregnancy. But do you know what the exact reason of such weakness is? With the pressure of baby and continuous releasing of hormone can make your pelvic muscles weaker. But when you take help from Pilates it will minimise the problem of pelvic muscles which give support to your bowel and bladder. Doing Pilates regularly can reduce the chance of incontinence. This is quite a normal thing which happens before and after delivery takes place.

Danielle Chambers