Keeping the lower back healthy is essential for being able to carry the extra weight of your growing baby. Asymetrical exercises strengthen each side of the back independently. Being on all 4s is a great position for pregnancy as it allows your baby to lie in the hammock of your belly with plenty of space to move around.
Keeping your immune system strong during a pregnancy or when breastfeeding is important at any time but when seasons change, especially from Summer to Autumn and into Winter, keeping yourself feeling tip top can be more tricky.
Is Vitamin C safe to take in pregnancy? is a question I am often asked.
As I reluctantly add on another layer, I am slowly accepting that Summer is over and embracing Autumn.
British Summer Time (BST) will end on the final Sunday in October (clocks will go back an hour at 2am on Sunday, October 26, 2014) which is when I finally prepare for earlier nights and bring out my Autumnal essential oils.
For new mothers and many mums-to-be it’s the Holy Grail. Getting enough rest as your body goes through pregnancy is vital to keeping your sanity and allowing you to better cope with the demands of new motherhood.
As your body prepares to give birth your ability to sleep solidly throughout the night changes.
These are my suggestions.