Why Exercise Is Good For Pregnant Moms

  So let's say you're in your first trimester and in the height of your morning sickness. You're trying to keep up an exercise routine of at least 30 minutes a day, as recommended by most doctors, but honestly you're cranky, nauseous and swollen in places you never knew you could be, so chances are you're not making it to the gym. You exercise less and less and eventually you stop all together. Who can blame you, really? Turns out you're not alone: 56% of women (or three in four) do not get enough exercise during pregnancy, according to a study out of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Of the 1280 women who participated in the study, 23% reported getting some form of exercise... Read More: High Risk of Stillbirth For AA Women Study Finds That Black Women Aren't Breastfeeding Black Babies Not Getting Enough Vitamin D
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