For every woman, childbirth is a huge test in the emotional and physical terms. Few can safely tolerate the changes that occur in the body before and after the birth of a child. And almost every representative of the fair sex, dreams to lose weight after childbirth. And, despite numerous warnings, young mothers often abuse harmful methods of losing weight.
Weight gain during pregnancy is a completely logical physiological process, which is determined by nature itself. The body is prepared to bear and give birth to a small person, which changes the hormonal background, and as a result of changes in metabolic processes, fat accumulates in the abdomen and thighs. This leads to a change in the appearance of the woman and gives him a unique femininity.
Unfortunately, this process can be increased by the woman herself. Even today, many believe that a pregnant woman should eat for two. But this is not so. Physiological processes during pregnancy are distributed so that a woman needs a slight increase in daily calories. Much more attention, she must spend on rational nutrition.
Despite the warnings of doctors and awareness of the dangers of all postpartum “dietary treatments”, many women begin to follow a strict diet. And, more often than not, it is not a balanced diet that leads to the exhaustion of the body.
Think: obesity is a consequence of processes in the body, which lasted 9 months. Most unreasonably try to get rid of fat within a month. If you decide to keep your health, you need to strive for proper nutrition, which will lead to weight loss.
Unbalanced diets are harmful to the body. After giving birth, the woman must recover. For at least 2 months, she should eat normally, and not be tortured and tortured hunger strikes.
Many women believe that pregnant women do not need exercise and stop playing sports. But adequate physical activity during this period is of great importance, because it is necessary to prepare the body for childbirth, stimulates metabolism and the full flow of blood in the body of the woman and the fetus.