Things Pregnant Women Do That Might Affect Their Babies

Soon as you see those two lines of positive pregnancy on the strip, all of the (self-acclaimed) pregnancy experts step in with their valuable suggestions about pregnancy and childbirth. Now, I do not mean to be offensive, but there are zillions of false perceptions about pregnancy that we face in everyday life. Some people suggest you increase your food intake by eating for two people (just because you are pregnant), or you should refrain from coffee for nine months (apparently it can lead to abortion), and there is a long list. All of this false perception makes the situation quite awkward, as you can’t judge between the fact and conjecture. However, I cannot deny all of these perceptions, so let us discuss some of these myths in the article. It is time to dig into the actions and attitudes harmful for your pregnancy, along with the positivity, you can add-in for a healthy pregnancy. So, with all the good wishes of health and prosperity, it’s time to discuss seven crucial points for all the pregnant mothers:


A hot water tub or sauna to calm down:

I understand that there are mixed opinions about hot water tub or sauna in the pregnancy phase. Even though it is soothing (as a pregnant woman, yet I enjoy it, but the truth is that a hot water tub is not healthy for the baby. The reason is that the baby fails to maintain his body temperature in your womb. Moreover, studies by the experts highlight the fact that sauna can lead to brain and spinal cord abnormalities in your baby. So, how can we omit any of this unforeseen situation?

The right way:

So, an easy strategy to avoid any damage includes the following precautions:

  • Make sure you do not overheat your body
  • Try not to sit in the hot water tub for more than ten minutes
  • Enjoy tepid bath, as it matches your body temperature
  • Seek professional help, and if your doctors allow, then go or it; however, do not exceed the safe temperature limits in the sauna