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Published on: 25 Feb 2017 by bhqonline
It is a wonderful moment in the life of a woman
when she discovers that she is going to be a mother. Mingled with feelings of
excitement and anticipation, are twinges of doubt that the coming baby will
mean a complete change in her appearance and lifestyle. Often women complain of
weight increase after pregnancy which never tends to shed. This is untrue.
Pregnancy weight can also be shed provided we take that how to lose extra skin
after pregnancy. The maximum a woman should gain during
pregnancy is 10-12kgs.
Crash diets are a big no after the birth of the baby because they will only deprive
the body of the much-needed energy. Consulting a doctor on nutrition and
exercise is a very good option and losing not more than 1kg weight a week.
Breastfeeding gives a head start since it actually helps the mother lose weight
and shrivel the uterus to its standard size. A combination of healthy eating
and exercising should start immediately to feel the difference.
The body goes through a significant amount of changes during pregnancy. Soon after
the delivery the woman loses 6 kilos. If she is breastfeeding, she will get
back to the normal weight more quickly because producing milk uses fat stores
in the body and burns up lots of energy. It is important to allow the weight to
reduce gradually. This process should happen naturally as long as extra kilos
are not consumed.
Getting a flat stomach involves toning up of the stomach muscles and skin as they
become inflated and stretched during pregnancy. A few toning exercises will
help the stomach firm again. Before giving your stomach muscles an exercises,
we must make sure that any physical damage as a result of giving birth has
healed and is back to normal again. Consulting the doctor is advised to find
out what is best for the body and when to start.
Many mothers often take a break of about six months before they hit the exercise
floor and in those six months enough damage is done. So it becomes even more
important to start with at least brisk walking soon after the delivery.
Heavy exercise should be avoided and options like walking, yoga can be incorporated
in the lifestyle. Once the doctor gives a green signal exercises like running,
aerobics can be inculcated.