Morphoclinic Pregnancy Care Week

Pregnancy and After baby Programs 

Pregnancy is a time of change. It’s a time of “new life” and “expansion” – physically, emotionally and spiritually. All women, no matter what age, shape or fitness, experience incredible physical changes during pregnancy. It takes some time to return to your pre-pregnant fitness level and shape. intimne-zdravie-pocas-tehotenstva copy

“So how to get your body back to normal shape after delivery of the baby?”

Weight changes during and after pregnancy 

Weight gain during pregnancy is an absolutely normal thing. Your baby is getting bigger and you are becoming bigger together with it. Pregnancy weight gain is inevitable. But of course as everything else is has reasonable measures. Too fast and considerable weight gain is not a good sign. It means that either you eat too much or that you possibly have digestion problems or even gestational diabetes. If you gain more than the recommended amount during pregnancy and you don’t lose the weight after the baby is born, the excess pounds increase your life-long health risks. In its turn gaining weight at a steady rate within recommended boundaries can also lower your chances of having hemorrhoids, varicose veins, stretch marks, backache, fatigue, indigestion, and shortness of breath during pregnancy.

Weight loss recommendations for women who had recently become moms are not something outstanding; they are common but it doesn’t mean they are less useful. Your body went through some major changes over the previous nine months, including fluid expansion, lean body tissue growth and a normal process of a little fat storage. These changes were gradual, consequently going back to your previous condition will also require some time.

Pregnancy and cellulite 

Pregnancy is a major cause of cellulite for most women today, and this is due to several factors:

  • Excess estrogen stimulates fat accumulation during pregnancy, especially in the hip and thigh areas, including the subcutaneous thigh and hip fat that cause cellulite
  • Also, some water retention is normal during pregnancy. Both things have to do with the survival of mother and baby in cases of starvation and severe bleeding, respectively.
  • Connective tissue (skin, ligaments, fascia) becomes looser so that it can accommodate for the extra volume in the tummy, in the fat storage areas of the hips and thighs, and also to ease delivery.

As we have explained all these factors are major causes of cellulite. However, pregnancy need not necessarily cause cellulite. Normally, pregnancy should not lead to excessive weight gain, neither to excessive fluid retention or cellulite, especially if you become pregnant when you are fit and slim. If the availability of calorie-rich food was not so prevalent in today’s world and if physical activity was the norm and not the exception, then cellulite wouldn’t be such a big problem. Pregnancy-related cellulite, like all other causes of cellulite, could be minimized or eliminated if our lifestyle was more wholesome.

Self-Care options for weight loss after childbirth 

The problem of losing weight after giving birth affects a lot of woman .They are either disappointed with how their belly looks after giving birth, of terrified by slow weight loss after childbirth. If you are working on getting back into shape after the birth of your baby, it is essential to exercise at a safe postnatal level.

Here you have some advice from Morphoclinic

1- Get started while you’re pregnant: Just because you’re pregnant doesn’t mean you can be a couch potato ,visit us for a consultation we have designed a pregnancy care program to help you and the baby.

2- Get plenty of rest: that will keep your energy levels high and help keep sugar cravings for energy in check.

3- Watch calories and fat: at the end of the pregnancy you were used to eating less. Sometimes, however, moms will give birth and start eating larger portions once the baby has left. One glass of orange juice provides enough vitamin C for a day, beyond that you’re just adding unnecessary calories. Do let yourself have a treat every so often.

4- Have a regular exercise: You already know that getting back to exercise should be a gradual process, but you can always start some simple exercises after you are through four weeks of post-partum,we will help you with some medical controlled exercises .

5- Allow your body to recuperate .At Motphoclinic we advise against going on a diet right after giving birth. Getting your body back means thinking about your health first – your body is trying to repair itself. Do not rush into things, but do not be too relaxed either.

Consult Morphoclinic for the Pregnancy care program

This Program will help you to stay healthy and in a good shape while pregnant by minimizing the unwanted pregnancy fluid retention ,cellulite and weight problems .

We have also designed the Post Partum Recovery program to help you loose your excess fluids , tone your pelvic muscles, remove the excess weight and resculpt your figure .

The Morphoclinic combined pregnancy treatment is a very effective treatment ,since it improves greatly the symptoms caused by water retention caused during pregnancy. During pregnancy occurs a hormonal misbalance that leads to excessive water retention in some areas of the body, the most frequent areas are legs and ankles, Pressotherapy treats this problems efficiently. Pressotherapy can be used during pregnancy in order to combat those problems and after pregnancy in order to help eliminate those extra kilos as well as to recover skin elasticity.

Lipomassage combined with Infra red and Radio frequency is a revolutionary method, which helps where diet and exercise doesn’t. This technique is a specially developed technology ,which offers a scientifically proven solution for localized places where there is fat, cellulite, stretch marks, sagging and flabby skin.

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