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If the last time you had time alone was in the bathroom for 2 minutes, then you should start finding some time for yourself. Being a mother is a difficult thing, exhausting sometimes, overwhelming, emotional and tiring. When all your emotions merge, it's natural you ask what to do. You'll never have your life back, exactly as what is was, but think, a new life has just begun. You will develop new interests, new habits. Remember! You can't be everything to your kids, your husband, and your job if you're not taking care of yourself. ... Read More
If you're breastfeeding your baby, the way you eat and especially what you eat is more important than ever. Just think that all you eat becomes your baby's food, all the vitamins, all the strength and energy that you produce goes also to your child.So let's talk about diet after giving birth. In order to produce quality milk, your body uses about 100 to 150 additional calories per day; so, while breastfeeding a woman needs an additional 500 calories per day.For example, if before giving birth, you needed 2000 calories to maintain you... Read More
The nine-month period must have been a difficult, overwhelming and strange time for you. New emotions and thoughts, body changes - there's a whole range of new things you have experienced. Well, the first days after giving birth can be also overwhelming.There's a lot to deal with - your body needs recovery after birthing, your mind is full of anxiety these days, and you have a little person, someone new in your life that depends entirely of you. So what to do in these first days after coming home from the hospital? First of all, co... Read More
During your pregnancy, the abdominal muscles go through a unique lengthening process. Your body stretches as the fetus grows, and this causes the body to add functional units to the abdominal muscles, called sacromeres. After childbirth, the muscles should return to their normal length, but it's recommended you do some exercises if you want your abs back. First of all, you need to focus on your transverse abdominal muscles, as they are connected to your back muscles as well as your rectus abdominals (our vertical abdominal muscles a... Read More