Mood improvement. By doing prenatal exercises, you will have a better mood not only after your workout but in general as well.
Accelerated return to “you” after delivery. You are more likely to return to exercising after birth than if you were to not exercise your entire pregnancy.
Relinquish fatigue and stress. It is generally known that stress is bad for both baby and mom. Prenatal exercise can help manage stress you may be having as well as fatigue by giving you more energy.
Valuable medical advantages. You will burn calories and increase blood flow. These responses will not only help you to lose weight but also lessen the swelling in your ankles and legs.
Easier labor and delivery. Prenatal exercises promote muscle tone, strength, endurance and much more. All of these can come in handy and give you that extra stamina you need when it’s finally time to push.
Less risk of developing gestational diabetes or preeclampsia. You can avoid an increase in blood sugar, which can result in gestational diabetes. Prenatal exercises can also lower your blood pressure, which can help you avoid preeclampsia, one of the most common pregnancy complications.
Overwhelming sense of accomplishment. Once you complete your prenatal exercises for the day and continue to stick to a plan, you will feel glorious.
Unified goals. You will meet other expecting moms (and potential friends!) with the same goals as you.
Sleep can get easier. Prenatal exercises can burn energy. This can help you fall asleep faster and longer.
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