Exercising is good for the body, any form of exercise. Regular exercise during pregnancy can improve your posture, looks and decrease some common discomforts such as backaches and fatigue.
Make getting back into shape after your baby is born easier.
Most exercises are safe to perform during pregnancy, as long as you exercise with caution and do not overdo it. For most pregnant women who haven’t been exercising before pregnancy, at least 5 minutes of exercise would keep the body fit. You can start building it up to 10, 20 and 30 minutes of moderate exercise is recommended on most days of the week, if not all.
When And Why You Should Not Exercise
Exercise may not be advisable if you have a medical problem, such as:
Exercising may also be harmful if you have a pregnancy related condition such as:
Bleeding or spotting
Threatened or recurrent miscarriage
Previous premature births or history of early labor
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