Exercises for New Mothers

Exercises for New Mothers

Exercises for New Mothers - Post Delivery Exercises - Tips for New Mothers - Exercising Tips for New Mothers | Tips on - Find TipsIf you have had a baby recently congrats but during the pregnancy you should have also put on a lot of weight and may be you are bothered about your weight gain. Don’t worry you will be back to normal in a few months.

If you had a normal delivery wait for you’re bleeding to stop. Don’t start exercising immediately. Get your postpartum checkup done and then ask the doctor to suggest the exercises. Generally a chart is given to you with all the exercises you have to do which shows you the right way to do the exercises.

If you have had a c-section you should not start exercising till your wound completely heels. By telling exercise I don’t mean walking. It is always suggested that you start walking after 45 minutes after your c-section. But for proper exercising you have to take your doctor’s advice.

When once your doctor gives a go ahead, you can do sit ups starting with 3 sit-ups. Initially even this is very difficult to do. Slowly you can increase it and reach a stage where you do 100 sit-ups.

To reduce the tummy, sleep on a mat and push your upper body towards and against the mat. In the process don’t lift your lower part of the body. This reduces your tummy enormously. At least this worked for me.

Walking is a very good exercise. Daily walk for 45 minutes in the morning and 45 minutes in the evening. Don’t miss out on this. This is extremely good for your whole weight loss especially for your hips and thighs.

If you are not able to leave the house since your baby is too small, you can do yoga at home, each exercise in yoga concentrates on each part of the body. All other exercises are for the body whereas yoga is for the brain also. Learn yoga before you get pregnant in your free time because if you want to go for yoga classes after delivery you can never do it because your kid needs nursing every now and then.

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