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Regular exercise during pregnancy makes your delivery easier! Exercise improves your health and maintains your weight gain during pregnancy. Exercise and physical activities improve a woman's mental health and help to stay stress-free and positive during pregnancy. It also provides a healthy start to your unborn baby for the development process. Unfortunately, according to the research, only 40% of women exercise during pregnancy to keep themselves safe and positive. Before starting exercise, ask your doctor.
For your third trimester of pregnancy, keep your bump size, body weight, and some physical changes in mind. Here are some exercises that are good for you during this time.
Walking is the best exercise an expecting woman can do during the third trimester of pregnancy. Walking during this period helps to improve baby movement and maintain weight gain. If you’ve kept up with the walking habit, don’t stop it unless you feel any discomfort.
During the third trimester of your pregnancy, dancing or low impact aerobics is good for you and your unborn baby. Before doing it, ask your doctor and get the approval to do it.
Strengthen hearts and lungs
Relax your mind
Maintain muscle tone
Yoga and Meditation
Prenatal yoga helps increase flexibility in your body, and meditation is also very helpful to reduce stress during pregnancy. There are many ways to manage your stress, like listening to soothing music online on apps and other activities.
Benefits of yoga and meditation-
Strengthen body muscles
Enhance the relaxation
Maintain blood pressure
Stimulates blood circulation
Breathing exercise in the right direction is very important for a pregnant woman. You can do this breathing exercise throughout your pregnancy; the reason is your body needs a good amount of oxygen for baby development. It provides all nourishment required for the fetus.
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These are some exercises you can do during the third trimester of your pregnancy to have a stress free and healthy pregnancy. Exercises done by a mom-to-be will impact the baby’s growth and development. If you're not doing exercises before pregnancy, this is the best time to start and stay healthy. Have a healthy pregnancy!