Pregnancy, the word itself brings a lot of happiness to it. Being a woman, it’s the most beautiful feeling. Getting to know about having a life inside you makes you feel powerful and stressed at the same time. Whether we’ll lose ourselves or will rebuild ourselves. From the day you get to know that you are pregnant to the day you actually see your child for the first time, all females come a long way. Morning sickness to hair fall, sore boobs to getting breastfeeding, every woman faces a lot of changes in her body. We all worry about our health and about the health of the newly born way too much. We got your back ladies. We have all the tips and do’s and don’ts of a healthy pregnancy for you. So fasten yourself.

If you are pregnant or contemplating getting pregnant, you may know some basic pregnancy tips about taking care of yourself and your non-smoker or smoking cigarettes, not drinking, and resting. Here are some pregnancy tips, from taking vitamins to what to do with cat litter, which can help ensure a safe and healthy guess

The key to protecting your baby’s health is getting regular prenatal care. If you think you are pregnant, call your health care provider to schedule your first birth plan. Most health care providers, however, will not schedule an initial visit before eight weeks of pregnancy, unless there is a problem. 

A-HEALTHY-PREGNANCYOn this first trip, your healthcare provider will probably do a pregnancy test, and you will see how many weeks of pregnancy you have based on a physical exam and the date of your last period. You will use this information to predict your delivery date (an ultrasound performed at a time during your pregnancy will help confirm that date.

Throughout your pregnancy, your health care provider will check your weight and blood pressure while also monitoring your baby’s growth and development (by doing things like feeling your tummy, listening to your baby’s first heartbeat during the second trimester, and measuring your tummy). During your pregnancy, you will have a birth test, including blood, urine, and cervical tests, and at least one ultrasound.


Now that you’re eating two (or more!), This isn’t the time to cut calories or certain foods. In fact, it is the opposite – you need about 300 calories a day, especially after your pregnancy when your baby is growing fast. If you are overweight, overworked, or have a recurrence, you will need more. But if you are overweight, your healthcare provider may advise you to eat more calories.

Healthy eating is always important, but especially if you are pregnant. So, make sure your calories come from a nutritious diet that will contribute to your child’s growth and development.

Eating nutritious food during pregnancy is linked to better brain growth and healthy birth weight, and can reduce the risk of multiple birth defects.

A nutritious diet will also reduce the risk of anemia, as well as other unpleasant pregnancy symptoms such as fatigue and morning sickness.

A balanced diet for pregnancy includes:

  • Protein
  • Vitamin C
  • Calcium
  • Fruits and vegetables
  • Whole grains
  • Iron-rich foods
  • Enough fat
  • Folic acid
  • Other nutrients such as choline 

An easy way to satisfy your nutritional needs during pregnancy is to eat a variety of foods from each food group every day.

Gaining weight during pregnancy is completely natural and expected. If your weight was in the normal range before pregnancy,

It is important to discuss and monitor your weight and your nutritional needs with your doctor during your pregnancy.

Weight gain recommendations will vary for people who are underweight before pregnancy, for people who are overweight, and for those who have multiple pregnancies, such as twins.



Staying active is important for your normal life and can help you reduce stress, control your weight, improve blood circulation, increase your mood, and sleep better. Take or walk for at least 15-20 minutes daily at moderate speeds, in cool, shady areas or indoors to prevent overheating.

Pilates, swimming and walking are also important activities for many pregnant women, but be sure to check with your doctor first before starting anything. Schedule 30 minutes of exercise several days a week. Listen to your body, though, and do not overdo it.

50 minutes (that’s 2 hours and 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise each week if you are not overworked or doing strenuous activity.

 If you are very active or do intensive aerobic activities before pregnancy, you can continue your exercise, as long as your doctor says it is safe. Before starting – or continuing – any exercise routine, talk to your doctor.

 Exercise during pregnancy has been shown to be very beneficial. Regular exercise can help:

  • Avoid excessive weight gain.
  • Reducing pregnancy-related complications, such as back pain, inflammation, and constipation.
  • Improve sleep to increase power improve your emotions.
  • Prepare your body for function.
  • Reducing the recovery time after birth.  

Low-impact, moderate exercise (such as walking and swimming) are good choices. You can also try yoga classes or Pilates, videos, or exercise programs designed for pregnancy. This has a low impact and they work for strength, flexibility, and relaxation.

But you should limit aerobics that has a high impact and protect sports and activities that put you at risk for falls or stomach injuries. These include social media, skiing, scuba diving, and horseback riding.

It is also important to know how your body is changing. During pregnancy, your body produces a hormone known as relaxin. It is believed that it will help to correct the pubic and cervical area at birth. Relaxation relaxes the muscles in your body, making you less stable and more prone to injury.

Therefore, it is easy to stretch or straighten, especially the joints in your pouch, lower back, and knees. Also, your gravity center changes as your pregnancy progress, so you may feel out of balance and in danger of falling. Keep that in mind when choosing a job and do not overdo it.

No matter what type of exercise you choose, be sure to take plenty of breaks and drink plenty of fluids. Slow down or stop if you have shortness of breath or feel uncomfortable. If you have any questions about performing a sport or activity during pregnancy, speak to your healthcare provider.



Making good lifestyle choices will directly affect your child’s health. It is important to stop any smoking, drug abuse, and alcohol abuse. This is linked to serious problems and dangers for both you and your child.

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is linked to various problems in the developing baby. Any alcohol that enters the fetus’s bloodstream from the mother’s bloodstream.

Drinking throughout pregnancy can lead to uterine alcohol syndrome (FAS). The American Academy of Pediatrics warns that FAS can cause your child to have growth deficits, such as obesity and/or short stature, and to have abnormalities in their central nervous system.


It is important to get enough sleep during pregnancy. You will probably feel more tired than usual. And as your child grows older, it will be difficult for him to find a comfortable place to sleep.

Lying on your side with your knees bent may be the most comfortable position as your pregnancy progresses. It also makes your heart work easier because it keeps the baby’s weight from putting pressure on the large blood vessels that carry blood to your heart and feet and legs. Sleeping on your side can also help prevent or reduce varicose veins, hemorrhoids, and inflammation in your legs.

Some doctors specifically recommend that pregnant women sleep on the left side. Because one of those large arteries is to the right of your abdomen, lying on your left side helps keep the uterus away from it. Sleeping on your left side helps blood flow to the placenta, and therefore, your baby.

Ask what your healthcare provider recommends. In most cases, sleeping on each side should be tricky and help relieve pressure on your back. For a comfortable resting position by any means, lift pillows between your legs, behind your back, and under your abdomen.

There is so much into the pregnancy that can help us all to get to know better about it. Having knowledge about pregnancy is one of the basic steps. Healthy pregnancy leads to a healthy baby, thus choosing wisely is really important.