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UK guidelines of activities for pregnant women UK guidelines of activities for pregnant women
Being active during pregnancy has a lot of advantages for mother and baby. The UK Chief Officer recommends 2.5 hours of physical activity for every women including strength and cardio exercises.
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UK Guidelines of Activities for Postnatal Women UK Guidelines of Activities for Postnatal Women
A postnatal recovery is essential and exercising after birth once you got your clearance can definitely help. The UK Medical Chief Officers recommend 2.5hours of physical activities after birth. It can prevent post partum depression and helps you to re-gain your pre-pregnancy strength and fitness level.
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Everything you want (need) to know about the pelvic floor Everything you want (need) to know about the pelvic floor
During and after your pregnancy, your pelvic floor muscles play an important role. In this article, we will tell you about the functions of the pelvic floor, how the pelvic floor works during and after pregnancy and we will share a good exercise to find your pelvic floor.
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Everything you want (need) to know about a diastasic Everything you want (need) to know about a diastasic
What is a diastasis, does everyone get a diastasis, when do you need to take action, and can you control whether you get a diastasis? You can find the answers to these questions and a good exercise for after delivery in this article.
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