Saturday, April 27, 2013

Garbh Sanskar:Stress Effects On Unborn Baby

"The purest thing in the world is the heart of a mother. ... It can move the universe. It can cause an effect beyond limitation." -
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Stress During Pregnancy May Weaken Baby’s Immune System: New Study

Benefits of yoga during pregnancy. Nurture Your Pregnancy, because healthy mothers give birth to healthy babies.
Are you pregnant but want to keep fit? Then yoga could be what you are looking for. Advocates claim it boosts mind and body, helping to keep your pregnancy hassle-free. So what can yoga do for you?
Yoga is also beneficial because it helps you learn to breathe deeply and relax, which will come in handy as you face the physical demands of labor, birth, and motherhood. In fact, one of the first things you learn in a yoga is how to breathe fully. The breathing technique known as ujjayi requires you to take in air slowly through your nose, filling your lungs, and exhale completely until your stomach compresses.
Yoga can help women get through their pregnancy with minimal discomfort. It also helps the birth and post-delivery stages. Yoga helps to prepare for the birth - it encourages breath and body awareness, reduces worry and teaches women to adapt to new situations.'
Yoga is a wonderful form of exercise at anytime in life, but especially so during pregnancy. Pregnancy is a very special and unique time, and yoga helps create the space to integrate and adapt to that uniquness and gradually adjust priorities and lifestyle. In practicing yoga we become stronger, more flexible, and take an important step towards nurturing ourselves and living conscously.
Yoga is a great way to prepare your body for labor and delivery, and it is done in a way that is safe for your developing child. Because there are some precautions that should be followed, it is important that you talk with your doctor and yoga teacher before your start during pregnancy. All One Yoga offers prenatal yoga which addresses the specific needs of pregnant woman.
  • Increase the flexibility of your muscles & makes you stronger, which could be useful during labour.You’ll need that strength in your lower body to carry the added pregnancy weight and compensate for changes in balance.And you’ll need it in your upper body to handle the weight you’ll be carrying around for the year or so after birth… your baby!
  • Improve your blood circulation, which will help to reduce pregnancy related backaches and leg cramps
  • Increase your capacity to bear pain during pregnancy and labour
  • Help in keeping your weight in check
  • Calm and relax you. The pranayama and breathing techniques employed in yoga are particularly relaxing.
  • Gentle stretching often relieves many of the common discomforts of pregnancy.while specific asanas (postures) help moms prepare for labor and birth.
  • Yoga  also offer moms a chance to connect with their bodies, with their unborn babies.
  • The sentisivity developed in yoga helps moms become attuned to the messages of their own bodies during labor, and to the needs of the baby after birth.
  • Along with physical flexibility, moms also can cultivate mental flexibility, giving themselves the tools to work with the unpredictable process of labor and coming motherhood.
  • Calms the mind through restoring mental agility.
  • Revives attention and willingness.
  • Increases metabolism and overall energy.
  • Back pain is a common pregnancy complaint, often worsening as the weight of the uterus (and the baby in it) increases. Prenatal yoga strengthens the muscles that support this weight, taking pressure off the lower back.Posture is also improved by yoga.
  • Breathing exercises can be incredibly helpful during pregnancy for calming and centering purposes, and to maximize oxygen flow when you need it.Breath control is an invaluable asset for pain management in labor and birth,but as your pregnancy progresses, your practice can be tailored to focus more directly on birth preparation.
  • The attention to breathing, the calm atmosphere and music, and the stretching and relaxation can really help turn down the noise in your head. Yoga is about being in the moment and letting everything else fall away for the time being. That break from the bustle can help with anxiety about health, birth, or anything else there is to do or worry about.
“ Meditation is the only intentional, systematic human activity which at bottom is about not trying to improve yourself or get anywhere else, but simply to realize where you already are”
Blessings to you on your journey!
Dr Unnati Chavda
www.ayurvedapanchkarma.in






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