Water keeps us hydrated. When the body is hydrated, is functions at its optimum level. We are able to keep cool when the weather gets hot and our body processes food more efficiently.
Pregnancy is an exciting time for a woman and the 40 week journey to child birth is certainly a rocky one. Women experience many changes to their body and the best way to deal with these symptoms is to be informed on what to expect and what to do.
Women are constantly looking for ways to ease this discomfort and one way is prenatal yoga. Prenatal yoga is a great way to deal with discomfort and help relax the body.
We’ve all heard the old wives’ tale. If you have lots of heartburn, your baby will have lots of hair! That interesting tidbit is no longer a mere myth – it has been scientifically proven.
We all know the image – the hot, sweaty, pregnant lady in the summertime, struggling through the heat. Oh, we’ve been there. Sure, you can always try the air conditioning, but that’s not always the best for you and Baby.