Ebene Magazine – Mother’s Day 2021: 5 health tips for expectant mothers amid the pandemic


Motherhood is one of the most beautiful experiences for a woman. It is a life changing process that comes with its own challenges. During the ongoing pandemic, expectant mothers may be concerned about the baby’s health and safety. This can increase stress levels in pregnant women. However, following the correct precautions can help keep expectant mothers safe and healthy. On the occasion of Mother’s Day 2021, here are some helpful tips for expectant mothers that can contribute to a healthy and safe pregnancy.

In the current situation, women need to be more careful during their pregnancy and check their immune systems on a daily basis. Along with regular boosters, it is recommended to take iron and calcium supplements along with protein after consulting the appropriate doctor. Vitamins C, D and E are also recommended. Healthy liquids, tender coconuts, lime juice, and fruits fortified with vitamin C are advisable.

Healthy weight gain during pregnancy is normal and will help the mother deliver the baby easily. It also reduces the chances of the mother and baby suffering from obesity and weight problems later in life. However, too much or too little weight can also lead to serious health problems and increase the chances of developing diabetes or high blood pressure during pregnancy.

Regular physical activity can help reduce the risk of pregnancy complications and alleviate pregnancy symptoms such as back pain . After consulting your doctor, do simple exercises.

Prospective mothers should be mindful of personal hygiene. Wash your hands regularly and keep the household clean. It’s also important to follow a healthy sleep schedule.

It’s also best to speak to your gynecologist regularly, who will assist you with daily questions and smooth the process from pregnancy to birth.

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