Well-being During Pregnancy

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There are a number of ways you could look after yourself during pregnancy, emotionally and mentally. Find out how to ensure your wellbeing during pregnancy.

Looking after yourself in pregnancy.

Just as there are a number of ways to look after yourself physically in pregnancy through diet and exercise for example, similarly there are ways that you can look after mentally and emotionally.

Here in addition to being aware of your expectations, it is useful to reflect on other factors in your life that may cause stress and/or have a negative impact. It can also be helpful to identify where and how you may be able to draw on positive aspects such as your support networks or other services to help you. This may include for example being aware of health professionals that you feel comfortable and confident to approach for information or advice, friends that you feel you can confide in and family, friends or services that you can draw on should you need additional support.

Another way that you can look after yourself in pregnancy is through being aware of changes your mood. Whilst we are often very aware of the physical changes that are occurring to our bodies, sometimes we forget to focus on the impact that these changes can have on us mentally.

To do this, it is a good idea to learn about conditions like depression and anxiety that commonly occur in pregnancy. Learning about the common signs and symptoms can help you to identify what to look for and to speak with your health professional. Remember the faster you seek help, the greater the likelihood of having a quicker recovery.

Being well is not only best for you as you prepare to become a mum, but also for your growing baby and your partner.

Have more questions on pregnancy? Join a support group (if you have not done so!). Motherhood represents a completely new phase in your life and a community of new mothers who can journey with you will be helpful! Pregnancy tips, parenting tips, free diaper samples and exclusive diaper offers shared on the Huggies Club platform can ensure you are best prepared for your newborn child too.

The information published herein is intended and strictly only for informational, educational, purposes and the same shall not be misconstrued as medical advice. If you are worried about your own health, or your child’s well being, seek immediate medical advice. You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice, or discontinue medical treatment because of information on this website. Kimberly-Clark and/ or its subsidiaries assumes no liability for the interpretation and/or use of the information contained in this article. Further, while due care and caution has been taken to ensure that the content here is free from mistakes or omissions, Kimberly-Clark and/ or its subsidiaries makes no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information here, and to the extent permitted by law, Kimberly-Clark and/ or its subsidiaries do not accept any liability or responsibility for claims, errors or omissions.

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