7 Common Health Mistakes women make when pregnant

When pregnant many you want to the answer this question: How can I have the most fulfilling pregnancy, childbirth and give my baby the best start to life?  

Whilst each Women, pregnancy and birth journey is unique; We have seen mistakes which we want to share with you so you and your friends can experience a better pregnancy and birth.

MISTAKE 1 – WANTING TO DO THINGS PERFECTLY
TIP: Rather than trying to control everything you can instead focus on reconnecting with what’s important. Your preferences, body, baby space and breath.

MISTAKE 2 – WORRYING THEY’RE ALWAYS GETTING IT WRONG

TIP: Rather than fighting or listening to everything and everyone, work to empower your psychology and mind so you can build yourself up and trust in yourself.

MISTAKE 3 – IGNORING THE BODY’S WARNING SIGNALS

TIP: If you have pain seek help, don’t suffer in silence. Check out the pelvic partnership to find recommendations and advice. All our chiropractors are highly recommended by the pelvic partnership.

MISTAKE 4 – NOT REALISING PRIVATE DOESN’T ALWAYS MEAN MORE EXPENSIVE

TIP: Find a system that works for you and take some time to way up what you are not able to do because of what the pain is preventing you from doing with your family and work.

MISTAKE 5 – IGNORING THE BIGGER PICTURE

TIP: Find people and resources who can help you better understand the relationship of passage (pelvis) and passenger (baby) with your hips, pelvis and spinal alignment and how they interrelate may positively influence your birth experience.

MISTAKE 6 – THINKING IT CAN BE DONE ALONE

TIP: Recruit the help of friends, yoga teachers, partners and health care professionals to help you better deal with the stresses and strains of pregnancy, childbirth and early parenting.

MISTAKE 7 – NOT FINDING THE TIME OR MAKING WAYS TO RELAX WITH THEIR FRIENDS

TIP: Build a support network. The litmus test to know if you are stressed is ask your spouse. Don’t try to alter everything at once, realise slow and steady is fine and be prepared to cut yourself some slack and give yourself space to wing it. By listening to your body, you keep safe from the strain and enjoy this special time.

Pregnant or not, when was the last time you had your spine and nervous system checked?

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Our Chiropractors would be more than happy to help and all have post graduate training in providing solutions for pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain, symphysis pubis dysfunction and are all Webster technique trained.

FIND OUT MORE!

Life Balance is a unique chiropractic system and process that helps families maximise engagement, quality of life and life balance. We house an award-winning & recommended family Chiropractors. www.lifebalancechiropractic.co.uk

How can a Chiropractor help me and my baby while I’m pregnant?

Seeing a Chiropractor while your pregnant has many benefits.  Not to mention if you’re suffering with Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction (SPD) or Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). Our principle chiropractor DC. Joshua Smith here at Life Balance is recommended by the pelvic partnership and is fully skilled in helping to ease pain, and help to increase mobility and strength in your joints and pelvis. By visiting a Chiropractor when you’re pregnant there are many benefits; Giving your baby room to grow, It helps promote a natural birth and it’ll also help you relieve any neck back and joint aches you may get. Download our free digital report to discover more

https://offers.lifebalancechiropractic.co.uk/beat-pelvic-girdle-pain-and-spd

How can a Chiropractor help my baby?

Establishing successful sleeping and feeding routines can be helped by taking your baby to see a chiropractor. Gentle adjustments and specialist techniques that stimulate nerve flow to certain areas of your babies body helping it to work at its optimum and relieve any stiffness and discomfort your baby may have.

To book your Chiropractic Consultation visit www.lifebalancechiropractic.co.uk

or alternatively call 01202 684859

 

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