Post pregnancy tiredness: Tips to help New Moms-P2...Continuation from part 1...Take a hot shower:
Standing under warm water has the calming affect of releasing stiff muscles. Additionally, having a shower gives you some quiet time to reflect.Lavender:
Research has shown that the aroma of this calming purple plant improves fatigue and sleep quality. Research suggests that it may also help mothers and babies connect.Drink a lot of water because it gives you vitality and helps you replenish the fluids you lose through breathing, perspiration, urination, and nursing. Nursing mothers need about 16 glasses of liquid per day. Water is the greatest source, but soup and other fluid-based foods like fruits also have advantages.Take prenatal vitamins:
Your body needs extra nutrition, especially if you're breastfeeding, to recover from childbirth and feed your infant. Having iron, vitamins B12 and D, and iodine are particularly important for postpartum nutrition at this time.Exercise:
Take your baby for a stroll outside. The movement and fresh air may help you both have a better night's slumber. Start out slowly and only cover a short distance at first. As you get stronger and engage in more postpartum exercise, you can progressively increase your pace and distance.To be continued in part 3...