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4 Easy Tips To Handle Mood Swing During Pregnancy

By: Pinki Thu, 20 Feb 2020 4:56:08

4 Easy Tips To Handle Mood Swing During Pregnancy

The nine months of pregnancy for any women are full of ample of emotions. Since they are faced with different emotions from being excited about becoming a mother to anxious about bringing the child into the world without any mishaps and surviving mood swings it can take a toll on the health. So, de-stressing is one of the important aspects that gynecologists stress on while counseling them. While reading books and listening to music are the most common activities that mums-to-be resort to, we give you other interesting and doable options.

# If you are a working woman who also manages the house efficiently, then finding time for yourself will be difficult. So, every minute is precious for you. You must stop thinking that putting your feet up and doing nothing is a criminal waste of time. You need to rest both your body and mind. Stop stressing over deadlines and unwashed dishes in the kitchen.

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# One of the best ways to de-stress is to release the pent up tension in the body through physical exercises. When your body's aching and you're overtly tired, exercise might be the last thing on your mind. So, walking on the treadmill and lifting weights is not going to appeal to you. However, gentle exercises can boost your stamina and also help you relax. Maternity yoga, swimming and breathing exercises help you keep calm. What's more, they will also make labor pain endurable.

# Getting fresh air and enjoying the early rays of sun are great stress busters. If you are one of those who spends most of the day cooped in your home or at work and hardly get time to take in the sights and sounds of the neighborhood, now is your time. Take a stroll in the garden or walk along the shoreline. You will be surprised how refreshed and rejuvenated you feel.

# If this is your first child, chances are, you will have a zillion questions about pregnancy. Sharing your concerns with your gynecologist, mother, husband or best friend will make you less anxious. You can also attend counseling sessions, join support groups or attend pep talks to sort yourself out.

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