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Common Mental Health Issues In Women

Common Mental Health Issues In Women The Most Common Mental Health Issues In Women And How To Deal With Them While mental health issues continue to be on the rise for both men and women, there are some specific problems that women have to deal with i...
by The Things Women Want on Jun 14, 2016

Postnatal and Prenatal workout reviews.

Would you like to workout and stay healthy during your pregnancy and get back into shape after the birth of your baby?Below are links to reviews of workouts I did myself while I was pregnant and then working on loosing the pregnancy weight after I ha...
by Staying Healthy with Kari on Nov 13, 2015

Need Help To Beat Postnatal Depression? Read This

Becoming a parent is the greatest feeling in the world. But any mother could be affected by postnatal depression. While mental issues of any ilk are tough, feeling these negative things during the happiest times of your life can be the hardest of all...
by Beauty Tips on Aug 12, 2015

Top 5: JD Harris Kegel Weights Review

I remember listening with shock, as the midwife told me about the potential consequences of not doing my postnatal pelvic floor exercises. I definitely wasn’t pleased when she told me that I had to do it for the rest of my life. I wish I could...
by Adventures of a Novice Mum on Aug 6, 2015

New Regulation for Monthly Childcare Allowance in Moldova

From April 1, the monthly childcare allowance paid until the child turns three will be released  at request to the mother, the farther or relatives who look after the child. According to the General Social Benefit Division of the National Office...
by Laws in Moldova on Apr 28, 2015

5 Baby Steps Toward Fitness For Pregnant Women

Pregnancy comes with its share of annoying complaints. But the more you exercise during pregnancy, the less you’ll find to complain about. There’s a case to be made for fitness for everyone, but in moms-to-be specifically, pregnancy exerc...
by Another Maria on Jul 21, 2014

Postnatal Body Slimming Tips

Postnatal Body Slimming Tips | After giving birth , many women wishful thinking is how to be able to regain its original shape, the same as before containing first. Because, during pregnancy has occurred a significant increase in body weight, ev...
by cogility health on Apr 23, 2014

Strategies for D-MER while Tandem Breastfeeding

One of my favorite things about birthing at home is being able to snuggle in bed with my new baby(ies), my older children and my partner. My midwives take care of us physically, spiritually, and emotionally. I am treated like a birthing goddess while...
by TouchstoneZ on Nov 12, 2013

A Monster Ate My Mum:A Review

I received this book a few days ago… I have been trying hard to think about what I was going to write.. it’s a very personal subject and I wanted to make sure that I wrote what was truly in … Continue reading →...
by daftmamma on Nov 10, 2013

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Maternal Matters

*** This post may be triggering if you are suffering from postpartum depression (PPD) and are sensitive to negative news events *** I felt like blogging tonight.  Partly to keep my mind preoccupied so I won’t be nerve wracked all night, worryi...
by Ivy's PPD Blog on Jul 11, 2013

Exercising For A Toned Belly After Pregnancy

TweetAfter pregnancy, the body should first recover. That is why in the first few days after the birth the focus should be placed on relaxation. Attention should, first and foremost lie with the newborn baby and not on the figure of the body. One sho...

Sports After Pregnancy

TweetAfter giving birth it is important to rebuild the muscles supporting the first pelvic floor, pelvic girdle and the spine. This occurs in the postnatal exercises . In pregnancy the hormone relaxin ensures that muscles and ligaments are more elast...

Strengthen Your Muscles After Birth With Aqua Fitness

TweetIn the water you weigh only the equivalent of a tenth of your actual weight. Your joints are not put under strain as the water supports your weight. This is important in the weeks following the birth. It is safe to begin aqua fitness from eight...

Losing Weight After Pregnancy

TweetThat additional ‘baby weight’ normally lasts for what seems like an eternity for us mere mortals yet celebrity mothers seem to lose it by magic. Just days ago we saw the famous mother to be with a huge pot belly, and just a week afte...

Bringing Up Mama: Postpartum Recovery with PT

Childbirth is a physically-demanding process.  Though they try, no amount of birthing class instruction or self-help books can fully prepare an expectant mother for the demands of childbirth.  Even though I did all I could do to prepare, the feelin...
by Geaux to Physical Therapy on May 10, 2013

Tips To Aid The Recovery From Birth

TweetYour body needs time to recover from childbirth. The muscles in your pelvic floor, your uterus and your perineum are placed under duress throughout pregnancy and it takes a little time to get them all back into shape. There are some tips you can...

Post-partum Psychosis: Symptoms and Treatment

TweetThe baby has made it’s entrance into the world, the dad and the grandparents of the babies are happy about this new little human who is certainly the most beautiful of all babies. However,  mummy is in bed, crying overcome with sadness. T...

Christmas Shopping

December has always been a busy month in my calendar, so when we found out that we are expecting on boxing day, December knocked all other months out of the ball park for good. Even thought I know most woman don’t deliver on their due date, Dec...
by Amelia Atherton on Nov 25, 2012

2012 Postnatal Depression Awareness Week – It’s Not All Black and White (Australia)

November 18-24 is Postnatal Depression (PND) Awareness Week – It’s Not All Black and White in Australia.  This is an initiative organized by PANDA, the Post and Antenatal Depression Association, located in Victoria, Australia.  As you c...
by Ivy's PPD Blog on Nov 21, 2012

First Class Pregnancy And Delivery

Couple of weeks back when we were at the 20 week ultra scan, I was joking with the nurse about how Isabella and children like her are going to grow up so much more different than when I was a baby. I didn’t have a baby swing, a pram with off ro...
by Amelia Atherton on Nov 10, 2012


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