1. Walk and stand
For those of you who are actively moving, you can do the right walk during pregnancy as follows, you can walk with your head straight forward. Try to keep your shoulders straight, other than that your feet are evenly positioned to hold your body weight. First avoid using shoes with high heels because it will make you sore quickly and disturb your health. For those of you who are pregnant at old gestational age, don’t stand in the same position for a long time. If required to stand up try to lift one leg by resting on a bench or the like. After a few minutes, change the position of your feet. When working in the kitchen and requiring you to stand up, take alternating one-leg breaks and change legs every five to 15 minutes.
2. Sit down
It is recommended for pregnant women, the sitting position is with the back straight with the shoulders pulled back. The weight gain you experience will affect your muscles, causing pain in certain areas of your body, making it difficult for you to get into the most comfortable position. With a sitting position like this it is hoped that you will be comfortable. Leaning your body on chairs and sofas is your alternative. Rest your hips and shoulders on the head of the sofa so you can feel more comfortable. Balancing your weight while sitting can be your choice, during pregnancy the legs will be prone to pain due to the burden of your body weight. You can change the sitting position so that it changes for 30 minutes from the starting position.
3. Get up from a sleep position
You may find it difficult when getting up from your sleeping position. So you can take the right way with your body tilted first, keep one hand on your side. Slowly slide your hands to get up from the sleeping position so you can sit down first before you are really ready to get up. Then inhale for relaxation.
4. Pick up fallen objects
Often you find it difficult to pick up objects that are positioned lower than your body. You can get into the position with an upright spine and then gradually bend one of your legs. The safer way is to hold on to a strong object or place. You can bend your back slightly for balance. The proper way to stand is with one hand resting on a strong object and then slowly stand straight up.
5. Lifting objects
You can first see the weight of the load you are going to lift. It is not recommended to lift weights that exceed 5 kg for a long time. Moreover, exceeding 5 kg in weight. If indeed you are required to lift heavy weights that can divide into several parts, this method is safer for you when you are required to carry large loads. Also pay attention to the distance traveled by your goods or objects. So that your burden does not interfere with the health of the fetus and you.