Precautions while practicing yoga.
In addition to the caution that should be observed when performing other exercises for pregnant women, when it comes to yoga, the following precautions:
A pregnant woman should not lie on your back because the weight of the baby can cause bleeding, especially from the fourth month of pregnancy.
To avoid falling at all costs. Beware, and if you think it’s very risky.
Changing the posture, take a break. Do yoga exercise slowly to prevent nausea, muscle cramps or sprains.
If pain occurs, stop the training immediately.
Keep your back straight, to facilitate breathing and to prevent pressure on the abdomen.
Pregnancy changes the center of gravity, especially in recent months when the belly tilts forward. If you need to balance yoga poses, do the exercise against a wall or chair to lean on.
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Safe exercises for pregnancy – 2nd trimester
The second trimester of pregnancy, most women are exhausted by the exhaustion and morning sickness of the first trimester and part of the Golden period where they will feel good, be full of energy and their tummy will start to take on a rounded shape. Second trimester may be the perfect time to begin your fitness training during pregnancy, but you need to choose exercises that will be safe for you and your unborn baby. Consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
General information about exercises for pregnant women in the 2nd
How perfect for you or another exercise depends partly on your habits before pregnancy. If you played sports or were active in the lifestyle before you got pregnant, then most likely safe will continue to support the form in the second trimester of pregnancy. Continue reading
Physical inactivity and its impact on the human body
Dojlido A. I. Cand. honey. Sciences, associate Professor
Komar, E. B., assistant
The decline of physical activity in the conditions of modern life, on the one hand, and the insufficient development of mass forms of physical culture among the population, on the other hand, lead to deterioration of various functions and the emergence of adverse conditions of the human body.
To ensure normal functioning of the human body needs sufficient activity in skeletal muscle. The work of the muscular system contributes to the development of the brain and the establishment of inter-Central and intersensory relationships. Motor activity increases the production capacity and heat generation, improves the functioning of respiratory, cardiovascular and other body systems.
Scientific evidence suggests that most people in the observance of hygienic rules and maintaining a healthy lifestyle has the opportunity to live to 100 years or more.
Unfortunately, many people do not follow the simplest, Continue reading