The Skin You’re In: 4 Notes on Pregnancy and Postpartum Body Image
“Doctors say it is perfectly fine to stick to your exercise route while pregnant, in fact it is encouraged,” Kristen Funk wrote. Exercise is encouraged during pregnancy, says Dr. Siobhan Dolan, an ob-gyn and medical adviser for March of Dimes. Ellison’s routine is an extreme example, but most moms can benefit from aerobic activity and strength training before and after childbirth, she says. “A woman’s overall health, including obstetric and medical risks, should be evaluated before prescribing an exercise program,” the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ guidelines say.
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Being keenly aware of our reactions to body change can help yield a more graceful experience during pregnancy and beyond. Research reveals that eating disorders and body image concerns are quite robust during the prenatal phase as a result of the myriad shifts taking place in the body. Our responses to our body’s metamorphosis during pregnancy might provide a ripe opportunity to better understand how we react to change. Perhaps negative feelings that erupt as a result of your ever-changing body in pregnancy might be about something other than the actual bodies surface, or in addition to it.
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