I have always been in pretty good health, so I was surprised one day when my doctor told me my blood pressure was a bit high. She told me to begin watching my salt intake, start exercising, and to try to relax. Well, I intended to follow her advice when I left her office, but the next day I was back to my same habits. I kept using the salt shaker and didn't begin an exercise routine like I had planned. When I went for my next check-up, she told me that my blood pressure was even higher and approaching a dangerous level. I had to begin a blood pressure medication to manage it. I wanted to create a blog to share my story and remind people to listen to their doctors' advice. If a few lifestyle changes can improve your health, then you should make them.
One thing that you will want to do if you're with a child is to work to ensure the pregnancy goes well. Being able to remain healthy and have a baby that is in good health is sure to be the highest on your list. Of course, you will need to do the right things to ensure this occurs and knowing some tips can be helpful.
Tip #1: Avoid medication
It's in your best interest not to take any drugs without the permission of your doctor. Doing so could lead to birth injuries or having the baby too early.
It's usual for most medications to be prohibited when you're pregnant so be sure to discuss any you do take with your physician.
Tip #2: Eat healthy foods
One of the best things you can to help you sustain your energy and allow for the proper growth of your baby is by eating healthy foods, such as fruits, vegetables and lean meats.The healthier you can eat the better for you both during this time.
Tip #3: Get in exercise
You may not be able to exercise as much as you did before getting pregnant, but it's a good idea to stay somewhat active. There are many exercises you can do that will are low intensity, such as walking and this can help you remain in good shape.
Tip #4: See your doctor
It's important to visit your medical provider regularly throughout the pregnancy. This is the key to finding and treating any potential problems before as these may arise.
You will be set on a specific schedule that will allow you to see your GYN every few weeks and more frequently as the pregnancy moves further along. It's important not to miss any of your appointments in order to be as healthy as possible during this time.
Tip #5: Take vitamins
It's always a good idea to take vitamins to assist with your energy level. Getting the necessary nutrients in your diet is sure to be ideal when you're pregnant
This is certain to be an exciting time for you and working to make the most out of your pregnancy by having a healthy child is essential. You will have a much higher chance of making this happen by doing the right things rather than the wrong ones. Be sure to schedule an appointment with your obstetrician as soon as possible!Share
23 January 2018