Pregnancy should not be understood as a state of infinite limitations! Women with low-risk pregnancies should be encouraged to initiate or continue to engage in
The benefits are numerous, such as improving general physical condition, prevention of gestational diabetes and varicose veins, lower body weight gain,
promoting correct posture during pregnancy and, consequently, the prevention of low back pain and a rapid postpartum recovery.
When it comes to normal delivery, the mother can begin post- -breastfeeding exercises two weeks after the baby is born. In the case of
caesarean section, it takes about six weeks.
Post-partum recovery exercises will help you recover your body, promote a sense of well-being and contribute to your self-esteem and confidence, which may be
more fragile at this stage and which may lead to postpartum depression.
Post-breastfeeding exercises are very useful for strengthening bladder and bowel support, strengthening the vagina, and reducing the likelihood of future
urinary incontinence. In addition, they allow the correction of abdominal diastasis (removal of the abdominal area).