Asthma during pregnancy can pose certain health risks. However, the effect of asthma differs from person to person. So, it’s a bit tricky to predict what will happen with your asthma when you’re pregnant, but let’s find out what you might encounter having asthma whilst pregnant.
You’ve just finished feeding, then all of a sudden, the baby starts bringing up the milk they just had. Don’t be alarmed, it’s just baby reflux. Similar to that of acid reflux that we experience as adults, it’s just milk or food spit up that comes just after eating. In this blog, we’ll find out more about what baby reflux is, what it’s causes are, and more.
Did you know that breastfeeding can reduce the risk of diseases like cancer or type-2 diabetes in mothers? In this week’s blog, we find out what other benefits there are!
The amazing thing about our bodies is that they are always changing, and going through pregnancy is one of the biggest changes it can go through. It is normal for your body to be different after you have given birth, and in this post we will discuss what to expect.
Stress is something that we all go through, and it is a common feeling during pregnancy too. However, too much stress can cause serious health issues such as high blood pressure and premature birth. Let’s discover what stressors there are and how to reduce their effect.
A glass of wine with friends? With a meal? Or just to relax after a stressful week? Alcohol during pregnancy is a subject that is constantly talked about, so let’s find out if that one glass of wine is safe during pregnancy.
What can babies eat? What shouldn’t they eat? Naturally, babies will be curious to try new foods, but not all foods are safe for babies to eat. Here are just some that it’s advised you avoid giving to your child in the early stages of their life.
Exercise: some love it; many hate it. Exercise is important for the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle and overall general wellness. Exercising whilst pregnant is very much recommended, and although it can cause tiredness, it is worth it! Let’s find out some of the good things about exercising during pregnancy.
Travelling by yourself is enough stress, travelling whilst pregnant? That’s an entirely different level. How many weeks does an airline allow? Foods to avoid? Vaccinations? In this article, we’ll explore all that you need to know, so you and your little one can have a safe and fun holiday!
The sun is back! The temperature is rising. During heat waves temperatures can soar to above 26°c, which can lead to dehydration. Dehydration is not a good thing to have, let alone when pregnant. With the weather set to reach a max of 30⁰C, it is key that you remain hydrated, and you’ll need even more water during pregnancy as you’re drinking for two! Water is life, and it plays a role within the development of your baby. But first, let’s find out more about dehydration and how to avoid it.