How can I make my postpartum recovery Easier?

Written by Amanda Skoczek

Post Natal Recovery can be quiet a shock for some Mothers. Feeling unstable of the unknown and sleep deprived, can make us create many thoughts and feelings which doesn’t serve us very well at all! Knowing and learning how to prepare the best way you know how, I feel is a crucial part of your after birth experience. Managing your time, health and mindset, to be organised, have energy and/or confidence to look after yourself and your new baby as well as.

Top Tips to make your Post Natal Recovery Easier.

👉Cook 4-8 weeks before baby due, and stock up each week.
👉Make your padsicles 2-4 weeks before baby is due (see blog on website on how to make this)
👉Give yourself time to do your ‘Nesting’
👉Stop or slow down work and commitments
👉Relax and connect, meditate
👉Nurture and take care while sitting for long durations –
👉Hameroids – Sitting on Fitball, moving positions,
👉Mindful of your diet & nutrition to improve recovery.
👉Understand what other cultures do to heal and recover
👉Natural Medicine cupboard – correct supplements for you & baby, support for your body, placenta capsules, or contact us for a professional consultation.
👉Signs of Disaster – no sleep, no nutrition, no water, lonely. Not only does your brain not work, but there is no food & nutrition for your baby.

Benefits of staying at Home?

👉Rest as much as possible, allow self to heal (will heal quicker if rest)
👉Get to know yourself and baby, bond with baby
👉Protect newborn for being over stimulated
👉Protect newborn from sickness and diseases
👉Protect yourself from sickness – lower immune system after giving birth, that why nourishing foods and supplements are a must at this time.
👉People come to you, short visit, less stress and effort
Takes pressure of yourself, being out breastfeeding, naps ect
(Above Photo by RODNAE Productions from Pexels)
New born baby in a photograhy setting (inside a giant egg shell)

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