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Pregnancy Happiness: 9 Tips for a Happy and Healthy Pregnancy. Being pregnant is what makes you a woman and the happiness that comes from it. Pregnancy Happiness: 9 Tips For A Happy And Healthy Pregnancy by Sirsampeter: 10:35am On Jul 07 From the moment you first suspect that you might be pregnant until the moment you’re holding your baby in your arms, it can seem like you’re on an emotional roller coaster.

Pregnancy’s beauty bonuses. Being pregnant boosts your beauty quotient in a surprising number of ways. Fast-growing fingernails: Around the fourth month, your nails may start to grow faster than usual. Pregnancy hormones get the credit! A luxuriant head of hair: During the second trimester, you might notice that your hair looks extra healthy and full.

Let your baby figure it out. Allow your baby to be sad or mad. Teach your baby to share and care. Be a role model to your baby.

What makes babies happy may surprise you. Child development experts who study the subject say that happiness isn’t something you give babies – it’s something you teach them. The green-eyed monster has chewed up the happiness of many a mom.

Around A.D. 89 the philosopher Epictetus offered advice for Very Happy Moms: To be. As long as you’re comfortable, most sexual positions are OK during pregnancy. Oral sex is also safe during pregnancy. As your pregnancy progresses, experiment to find what works best.

Let your creativity take over, as long as you. tips pregnant & pregnancy journey ️ Husband Leaves Wife At 8 Months Pregnant 5 Weeks Later, She Finds This In The Oven 28 SUPER CUTE CRAFTS TO PLEASE YOUR INNER CHILD. But these weekends away with friends are also important. Swapping stories with others and enjoying new experiences make me I hope a more interesting person for my spouse to be around.

When Katie Couric asked Barbra Streisand the secret to her happy 14-year marriage to James Brolin, she replied “time apart.” “It gets romantic because. Taking care of yourself, working with your doctor, and getting your home ready are a few ways you can prepare for a healthy pregnancy. You should also get va. Benefits of emotional health during pregnancy. When you are pregnant, your baby is exposed to everything you experience.

This includes the sounds in the environment, the air you breathe, the food you eat and the emotions you feel. When you feel happy and calm, it allows your baby to develop in a happy, calm environment.

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Chapters 4 through 6 discuss ways to have the healthiest pregnancy possible for you and your baby.

“Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide” by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham, April Bolding
from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide
by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, et. al.
Meadowbrook, 2016

Read Chapters 3, 4 and 5 for what really happens when your partner is pregnant, then help her get through the experience by trying a few of these tips.

“Dad's Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies” by Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij
from Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies
by Stefan Korn, Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij
Wiley, 2011

Tip number three for how to conceive—“The Importance of Being Healthy”—encourages readers to quit smoking, limit caffeine and alcohol, and achieve a healthy body weight.

“The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex And Feminism” by Carrie L. Lukas
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by Carrie L. Lukas
Regnery Publishing, 2006

A Guide to Healthy Pregnancy and Childbirth.

“Joints and Connective Tissues: General Practice: The Integrative Approach Series” by Kerryn Phelps, Craig Hassed
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by Kerryn Phelps, Craig Hassed
Elsevier Health Sciences APAC, 2012

eat frequent, small meals b. avoid foods with strong seasoning or odors c. eat fats rather than carbohydrates d. prenatal vitamins started before pregnancy

“Swanson's Family Medicine Review E-Book” by Alfred F. Tallia, Joseph E. Scherger, Nancy Dickey
from Swanson’s Family Medicine Review E-Book
by Alfred F. Tallia, Joseph E. Scherger, Nancy Dickey
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

This chapter focuses on what you can do—from eating nourishing food and being active to avoiding harmful substances—to help yourself and your developing baby to be healthy.

“Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth” by Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
Atria Books, 2008

Her new book, Seven Secrets to Raising a Healthy and Happy Child: The Mind/Body Approach to Parenting,56 guides her readers through yoga, breathing, nutrition, massage, and Ayurvedic concepts designed to nurture the parents, and, in so doing, better prepare them for nurturing the child.

“The Indigo Children: The New Kids Have Arrived” by Lee Carroll, Jan Tober
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Part III looks at the second trimester, including finding a health-care provider for your baby, making healthy lifestyle choices that will give your baby the best start, more tasty food and yoga, and some beauty solutions.

“Mama Glow” by Latham Thomas
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by Latham Thomas
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To help you adapt to all that pregnancy brings, set aside time every day or several days a week for the practices outlined in this book.

“Yoga Mama, Yoga Baby: Ayurveda and Yoga for a Healthy Pregnancy and Birth” by Margo Shapiro Bachman, Vasant Lad
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by Margo Shapiro Bachman, Vasant Lad
Sounds True, 2013

A nutritional diet in pregnancy should have a high intake of fruits, plant foods and calcium and low intake offat, salt, sugar and alcohol.

“Community Health and Wellness: Primary Health Care in Practice” by Anne McMurray, Jill Clendon
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by Anne McMurray, Jill Clendon
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • I’m going 7 months pregnancy. My pregnant time is so beautiful because I get always crying and depression. I always wish myself please I want to die quickly.

  • I been searching this kind of video. It’s beautiful made,and Imp msg to all husbands what they have to do when ur wife is pregnant..Thank you

  • Best vedio for to be dads. Plz make Hindi version of this same vedio as it is very informative but I can’t spread it to everyone who don’t understand English. Thanks ☺️

  • Hi Dr Trupti,… Thanks for such educarional videos.. I did it mostly, but still i think that, i need to take care more of my wife…

    She is travelling by ola uber till now, she is in 9th month 10days.. Still she is doing her job, going for duty… I m caring for her… our relation is very healthy.. But still I m caring for her…

  • I am a husband, I HV lots of work…… Can’t pamper this much with wife…… She sud take care themselves, I HV provided everything to her

  • Thank you so much for doing this video. For saying that this is not normal. I am 34 weeks into my second pregnancy and have been in pain since September. Until just yesterday I’ve made myself go to work despite sobbing during work hours from pain and being utterly useless and in agony once at home. Had this pain been brought on by any other reason, I would never have pushed myself this hard. Even in myself there must be some little voice saying that this is normal and I should just stop complaining, though I know it’s not. So thank you.

  • A good information u have said to all really some times my husband will take care I fell very happy but when I nd my husband is only there at home he wants sex from me I was telling nooo but he want to do i can’t able stop him is there any risk iam now 4th month pregrent this my 1st pregnancy

  • Role of husband when wife is making the money, yes. Don’t generalize to all setups.
    Also you say give snacks/medicine on a schedule… does the husband not have a job? (I mean it’s fine if he’s stay at home, but you have to reword your title to specify the setup you have with your husband. Which sounds like he’s stay home).

  • Mam I cry a lot after seeing this video I am pregnant of 5 month but my husband even don’t talk politely with me he never share things with me I want to spend time more with him but…. I don’t want to chat or talk with my friends or relatives I always miss my home…my mother this is my first baby I m not happy because my husband doesn’t spend time with me

  • I like your video. But which language talk to baby and learn thing whenever husband and wife is different culture and different laguage. So which language mom and dad talk to baby. Ex my language is marathi and my hubby is bengoli.

  • I’m only 17 weeks pregnant and I’m having severe lower back pain and front pelvic pain. Idk what to do everyone says it’s normal when I have been pregnant before and never experienced this.

  • Literally Monica u should be on a show telling mommas how to be better moms!! ������

    Many women don’t realize sometimes u need to have a plan so it makes smoother. U should put ur plan so women can see what a plan looks like ☺️

  • Whenever I tell my husband I am not feeling good mentally or physically he thought I tell it bcz I m lazy n not want to do anything. I m leaving abroad without any family members.If a husband is not understanding n caring pregnancy time can be very lonely n tiring… �� I feel sad all the time but I can’t express that to anyone.

  • My cramps around 5 weeks were soo painful! Like stopped me in my tracks painful esp when I would get off the couch. Also I could not eat meat and nothing seasoned. Plane Jane food. And French fries were my craving throughout my pregnancy!! Not even craving but they tasted EXTRA good! I always kept goldfish next to my bed! And that pregnancy smell….doesn’t ever go away and gets worse post partum �� it helps baby find your breast because their sight isn’t good when they’re born

  • Great tips! Especially the piece on staying active and eating healthy. I took a walk every day until about 37 weeks when I started having really bad sciatica. But it was so helpful and putting good food in my body, I knew I was doing the best for my baby before she got here.

  • Great tips!!! I agree 100% about being on the same page with your doctor! Great video like always you are a natural in front of the camera��

  • If you put the candle lid on while the candle is lit, the fire will go out within a few seconds due to the lack of oxygen. This may be the best way to avoid the smell. Congratulations on your pregnancy!! Such a blessing!!

  • Its not always fine after pregnancy.  My son is 4 (starting school in Sept) and I still get it.  I had physio, prescribed a bump band, followed all the advice and it just got worse and worse.
    I couldn’t even get up the stairs or stand long enough to cook dinner.

    Even now when I reach the time of the month a couple of hours walking round the shops will cause my pain.

  • You are awesome, I see you already got to 1k, congratulations. Keep up the good job inspiring us twice a week. My favorite tip was “having a birth plan,” I recommend to make our research about vaccination so we can make informed choices in the hospital; because when we are recovering from birth, sleep deprived and trying to Breastfeed, it’s hard to make the right choice about vaccines if we were not prepared for in advance

  • So soooo happy for u��. I am praying for u, ur family and of course ur little and precious baby. I pray that ur baby is happy, healthy and a great change to this crazy world. Hope u have an amazing pregnancy!!��

  • Such a nice video. I love all 5 tips. I agree so much that we have to accept that we cannot predict the future but that we should still have a plan and be positive about it.�� I hope you have a fantastic day. I think today is Earth day. so Happy Earth day cutie.

  • Praying for a happy and healthy pregnancy, the symptoms and pains don’t get any better but the blessing that comes after is worth it ❤️

  • You have the pregnancy glow!! So excited for you and your husband. Wishing you a safe and healthy pregnancy! Sending you so much love ❤️❤️

  • Yes there is no telling who you will become! I didnt have the depressed post partum, I had the angry at anyone who came near my baby. All i wanted was my little angel. And yes shes spoiled��. I couldn’t get enough of her. But alot of that is who I am naturally and alot to do with my own growing relationship.

  • Research…. develop a vision for how you would like your pregnancy and birth to go… don’t be afraid to switch doctors who aren’t supportive. This is actually a good reminder for me as this issue is something I am working through right now! Lol thanks for sharing!

  • I’m about to be 6 weeks and I’m feeling ALL of this! So glad to have found this so I know I’m not alone ��
    I’ve been through chemo 3 times and it feels very similar to be honest ��
    ♡ Blessings

  • I worked at Starbucks when I was pregnant and could not stand the smell or taste of coffee ���� I’m so excited for you to be in your second trimester!! Second trimester is so much fun. I would love more pregnancy updates, we’re trying for baby #2 so I’m obsessed with pregnancy updates ��

  • Love it, these are things Ive thankfully been doing or considering. And thanks for the last tip too, im a looong way away from my due date but its good to know ��
    However at the moment (last week or two) though I have a lot of fatigue and dizziness / nausea and the idea of even preparing meals makes me feel drained. I cant always rely on others to get me stuff so Im worried Im not able to get the right amount of nutrients. Im just having some water, dry biscuits, bananas now and then in between 2 3 meals (breakfast lunch or dinner) depending on if I can get up/make myself or my family is able to make for me. Do you have any tips to deal with fatigue?

  • Thank you!!! Im 26 weeeks pregnant and sometime im in severe pain i cant even walk or put pressure on my left leg..and i work standing long hrs soo that makes it worse.

  • listening to you talk reminds me of my pregnancy last year! My trick to not get nauseated was wake up at 5am just to eat some crackers or dry cereal and go back to bed, always snack before you get hungry! I craved plain cheeseburgers and fries too, went to McDonald’s so often that first trimester. I also got terrible migraines that was the worst part of pregnancy for me but it went away after first trimester, I just made sure to take Tylenol as soon as I felt it coming on, also massages really helped. I had chest acne too I didn’t know that meant boy, but here I am A mom of a boy!! ��

  • 1K!!! Congratulations friend!! Thank You for these tips!! Saving this video for later lol! I feel like being a nurse and actually experiencing certain thing first hand are sooo different.

  • So funny, I also noticed your a little out of breath and that’s a common thing in pregnancy that gets worse as u get bigger. U look beautiful. God bless you and baby.

  • Give yourself so much grace! Your body is working hard and doing such an incredible thing! My 3 babies grew up way too fast. Just enjoy every minute of it!

  • I was so excited to see your pregnancy announcent. I am also pregnant, and am due on March 19th, so I can completely relate to so many things you mentioned! Praying for you, and your little one!

  • Coffee was it for me too. I love coffee but with each of my pregnancies (all 6 of them) I could not even smell it! Keeping you in my prayers! You look beautiful! Remember you are growing a little human so you do what you need to do! Your body needs to rest! Being pregnant during the winter is better than the summer! The heat just makes it so much worse. You got this! You are going to be a wonderful Mommy & Austin is going to be a wonderful Daddy! “Yes March baby! “Great Month!�� My B-day is March 12th! Spring is an awesome time to have a little one!�� ❤��❤

  • When I was pregnant I couldn’t eat, smell, be anywhere near fried chicken. Just as that and the rest of my morning sickness was kicking in my husband and I went on a vacation to Tennessee, which was a trip that we had been planning for over a year. We went to all of the dinner theaters while we were there and guess what was on the menu everywhere? Fried chicken. We were there for over a week and I was miserable the whole time we were there.

  • Let me know what you are having?
    I bet you are going to have a girl.
    I LOVE ❤️ girls, because you can dress �� them up so beautiful.
    I had 3 girls.
    Now they are 32,31,and 27.

  • You’ll be the first person that I actually want to know the details and process of their pregnancy lol, I’m just still so happy and excited ��

  • I don’t know anyone currently pregnant but I will certainly keep your channel in mind for those who are! Great information. Your hair looks really healthy what are you doing to keep it so healthy? We are in the FB YT Boss Babe group and I am showing all who posted their video some support! Hoping you will do the same for my channel! #YTBB

    Celest you are pregnant ��?
    CONGRATS!! I am sooo happy for you.
    Stay Safe and have a safe pregnancy.
    GOD ���� knows what he is doing!! ����

  • Get one of those therapeutic ice caps! I use one for my migraines! Embrace it all and rest when your body tells you to because when the baby comes you know you won’t be sleeping as much! I’m just gonna go ahead and call it after having three kids, I think you are having a girl. Your glow is fabulous! Praying for you daily, I am so excited for you

  • I’m so happy for you! Praying for you and your baby! �� Also you’re GLOWING! Are you planning on finding out the gender before birth?

  • Mam, very nice vedio.
    In this my pregnany, My husband is also a lot of taking care of me. Therefore I feel very happy & Secure.

    Keep it up mam.

  • Hi guys I was suffering from horrible pelvic pain from 5th month but one day I absorbed a thing if I am moving less the pain is high n if I am working n walking my pain is getting reduced so try it I am 8 months now

  • Great points. As a personal trainer for pregnant and postpartum moms, most of my clients have dealt with low back pain, I find that it’s because they don’t have strong enough glute muscles and use their low back to do everything instead. I’ve created a video showing 4 bad habits I see most moms do, and show you how to fix it to help alleviate low back pain.

  • Hi ladies. Thank you for a wonderfully informative video. My baby is 3 years and I keep getting issues with my PGP.. is this normal? I have regularly visited a chiropractor who has clicked me back into place. However I am starting to feel a bit robbed by the chiro as pain just keeps recurring. What is the long term solution? Physio? Also, mw told me if I ever get pregnant again my SPD may debilitate me..! Was that their way of asking me to use birth control?! ��

  • It has been 6 months since I gave birth… the pain is still the same in these locations, it’s so painful… I am hearing some clicks noises near my joints when I move my right leg ��

  • This is so useful Monica. I dont have kids and would love to one day and I’ve always wondered about all the major points you spoke about. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • Hi, I have gone through,normal,delivery facing a serious groin pain when I sleep. My left leg have a killing,pain when I try to turn. please suggest for thia

  • Cried through out d video… none of d points husband never cared for me��..He jst needs a baby dats it….even if I vomit or feel nausea, he says it’s common in pregnancy�� dnt say all d time dat u r nt feeling gud

  • I’m 11 weeks and 3 days (1st pregnancy) and my hip/lower back and leg pain is literally unbearable… anyone have a remedy that has worked really well for them?

  • Here I am 14 years later, having suffered symphisis pubis dysfunction, it is back and I wonder if it is due to the start of the menopause? Anyone else have this experience?

  • You’re so beautiful already, but girl you are glowing!!! Also I had no idea you came from a large family, I’m second oldest of 6 too!! ��
    I’m no where near having kids, but I love watching pregnancy videos to know what to expect in the future. I’m so excited to see future pregnancy videos!

  • Love love this video, I get overly excited when new mamas express their pregnancy experiences. But be very aware your body will never be the same. Because your bring life into the world, you will experience new things after pregnancy because of the hormone change.

  • Pregnancy brings a new meaning to the concept of beauty. its most awaited moment for every expecting mother. Please watch our full video also like share and subscribe.