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Pregnancy is a physical and spiritual. Women are often hyper-aware of all the changes that their body goes through. Yoga allows pregnant women to adapt to these changes more gracefully and to feel pride and a sense of appreciation for their bodies. Yoga exercises can increase flexibility, strength, flexibility and balance. Many pregnant women find that regular yoga exercises to reduce swelling, pain in the back and legs and insomnia.
But the yoga practice very well in pregnant women, as improper exercises will bring negative effects on both mother and child. Here are some tips before you practice yoga pregnancy Natal
1 The general yoga exercises are recommended during the first 2 months. You should contact your doctor to find a very experienced Yoga teachers. With the right guidance, you can practice yoga directly to work. If you are new to yoga then you should start slowly.
2 Breathing exercises are beneficial if done twice a day. Breathing exercises provide more oxygen and energy for both mother and baby.
3 Some yoga poses that can help treat pregnant women with symptoms of pregnancy, ensuring smoother and easier delivery and quicker recovery after childbirth. Pregnant women should be careful not to stretch the body - the ligaments around the joints become loose and soft during pregnancy. The abdomen should be relaxed at all times. Difficult and travel, which puts pressure on the abdomen and other should not be on the stage of pregnancy. No form of pain or nausea should be felt during and / or yoga. In this case, stop practicing yoga and contact your doctor.
4 Once the implementation is sitting on your heels against a wall or chair for support to avoid losing your balance and risking injury to yourself and your baby.
5 Deep relaxation is important to rest your body and mind and you will benefit more from a good sleep. Deep relaxation helps the system change from sympathetic to parasympathetic activity. Parasympathetic activity is related to the processes of restoration of the body that is required both by the pregnant woman and the child.