Here are simple tips you can do:
1. If your breath feels short, inhale deeply, then exhale slowly. Or you can focus your attention on the exhaling and deep breaths until your body relaxes a little.
2. Get used to light exercise. Do it at least twice a week with at least 30 minutes. If your body feels fit it can get you oxygen which is good for your body.
3. Doing activities for walking and swimming to train breathing. But still under surveillance.
4. Avoid some situations that can make you become excessively stressed.
5. Stay away from environments that are hot enough and also avoid stuffy environments.
6. If the shortness of breath is felt when you are standing and walking, you should hurry to rest.
7. Get used not to do things hastily, but do something with a calm feeling. Like getting used to your way to stay relaxed with an upright body and relaxed shoulders.
8. Get in the habit of taking a breath from your nose and exhaling through your nose too. Not by mouth.
9. If you are required to carry goods, it is better if you share your load equally between your right hand and your left hand. Also avoid carrying heavy loads.
10. Do not sleep on your back, you should adjust your sleeping position on your right or left side. Or you can sleep in a half-sitting position and use a pillow to support your shoulders.
11. Fulfill the quality of your sleep when pregnant. Get enough sleep.
12. When you sleep make it a habit so that your head and shoulders are propped up by several pillows.
13. Enough your food needs every day. Consuming excess food can also disturb your breathing.
14. Stop your smoking activities actively or passively
Balanced oxygen levels can balance the energy in a pregnant woman’s body. In addition, this hat is also needed to overcome the interactions that occur during the birth process. This breathing can maintain a balance of energy so that when you push, your energy doesn’t run out quickly. That way you can maximize the strength to push. One of the problems why pregnant women experience shortness of breath is that when you are pregnant, you are breathing for two people at once, namely yourself and your baby. Thus the working system of your heart and lungs is getting harder. This then causes pregnant women to experience shortness of breath.