Postnatal Wellness, New Moms
Postnatal wellness, postpartum wellness. All the wellness advice new mums need to look after baby and themselves.
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This is one of those ‘honest mum’ blogs I rarely write, as I tend to keep the day to day normalities of motherhood close to my own chest. But I realise the importance of helping more women understand the toll motherhood can have on our bodies. Over the past 4-6 years I have battled with Postnatal Depletion, some of my symptoms have included constant tiredness (even when my youngest finally slept through), hair loss and only managing to train at a moderate intensity during this entire period.
Tips to help prevent & reduce Pregnancy & Postnatal Wrist pain. De Quervain’s tenosynovitis is an overuse syndrome common to new mums. The pain is thought to be brought on through overuse, swelling, and hormonal changes such as ligament laxity or loose ligaments. The overuse factor comes from holding babies a lot, with your wrist in positions you’re not used to, for example, while breastfeeding or when holding your mobile phone for hours throughout the day and night. CLick to watch and learn
Busy Mum Glute Activation Tips and Exercise | Can’t feel your glutes engaging, do you feel squats and hip bridges in your leg and back muscles? Having strong and functional glute muscles have many benefits:- Improves posture Improves pelvic floor muscle function (your glute muscles are your Pelvic Floor muscles BFF!) Decrease hip, back, and knee pain. And of course will look better in your favorite pair of jeans.