The first and third trimesters of pregnancy are the months when the pregnant woman will feel more fatigued. It is very common and normal among pregnant women to feel sleepy and tired during the first weeks of pregnancy. It is the moment in which the baby is developing inside the maternal womb and it
The first and third trimesters of pregnancy are the months when the pregnant woman will feel more fatigued. It is very common and normal among pregnant women to feel sleepy and tired during the first weeks of pregnancy. It is the moment in which the baby is developing inside the maternal womb and its organs begin to function. The body of the future mother devotes a lot of energy so that the embryo progresses tenga and has normal growth. Also, the last trimester the baby has grown so much that its weight and the discomfort of the increase of the uterus causes the lack of energy to return. Causes of fatigue during pregnancy
Fatigue and tiredness is one of the first symptoms of pregnancy and an annoyance that will accompany the pregnant woman during the first weeks due to the extra demand of energy that the organism has so that the baby can develop. The pregnant woman's body produces more blood so that the baby gets the oxygen and necessary nutrients. To produce more blood, the heart has to pump faster and this causes fatigue in the pregnant woman. In addition, progesterone, which is a hormone whose levels rise during pregnancy. These
can affect the pregnant woman producing more sleepiness, irritability or emotion before events that went unnoticed. The nausea and vomiting suffered by many pregnant women, especially in the first trimester of pregnancy, can indicate the pregnant woman producing more fatigue. In addition, it also influences the increased desire to pee
and the need to get up several times during the night, interrupting sleep. Fatigue is lower in the second trimester, when the initial discomfort has passed, but returns in the third, when the baby has grown so much that the discomfort, lack of space, the weight of the baby and the inability to rest all the night, they make the mother feel more tired. Remedies for fatigue in pregnancy Lleva - To lead a calmer life and to lower the level of daily activity
- To avoid making great efforts - To sleep 8 hours a day and to try to take a nap 20 minutes after the meal - To do breaks during the day. If you spend a lot of time sitting, get up every hour to stretch your legs. And, if you are standing a long time, periodically sit and rest with your legs up.