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How to Have an Easier Pregnancy.
Health & Fitness
Don't Bombard Yourself With a Bazillion Pregnancy Books – Relax!
Sure, reading about pregnancy during pregnancy has its advantages. So put the books down – at least once in a while – and either read something totally non-pregnancy related or watch a movie with your buddy or honey.
Don’t Limit Yourself to Maternity-Only Clothes
Pregnancy, and all that comes with it, is expensive. While we'd all benefit from some good maternity tops, bottoms, and bras, we can save a buck or two by buying bigger-sized clothing from our favorite stores
Exercise guidelines vary depending on the individual and the pregnancy, but the jury seems to agree that gentle exercise, like walking, is good for just about every expecting mom. Movement helps relieve stress and can ensure you get a better night's sleep.
Write a List at Home Before Going to the Store
Isn't this advice for everyone? But I reckon the thinking behind the suggestion that pregnant women write lists before going to the market stems from a well-known phenomenon called "pregnancy brain," or the incredible ability of extreme forgetfulness
Rest, Rest, Rest
I bet pregnant women get tired of hearing this advice, especially those women who have no extra time to simply rest. But they – whoever they are – say resting and taking naps during pregnancy is quite important for your health.
If you're traveling during your pregnancy, whether it's a long or short journey, make sure you're prepared! Grab some small cushions in case you need them, and always keep some snacks on hand.
Enjoy the last of the "just you" time and treat yourself to a day at a spa that specializes in maternity services. Going to a baby shower? Why not consider getting the mom-to-be a gift certificate for a massage?