When you’re pregnant looking after your health is more important than ever. A healthy diet and lifestyle optimises your own wellbeing and that of your baby, and prepares your body for labour.
Morning sickness affects many women in the early stages of pregnancy, usually ceasing around the end of the first trimester. Despite its name, it may occur at any time of day.
Ideally, preparing for a healthy pregnancy should commence at least a few months prior to conception.
I’m embarking on a commitment to move more of my energy into activities that benefit me rather than strip me of my vitality and joy.
My previous blog was about how your smartphone may help you to conceive, but now in the news this week a study has shown possible negative impacts of mobile phone usage during pregnancy.