Housework in pregnancy

flavaria By flavaria, 23rd Jul 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Family>Daily Life

Many women, until the end of gestation, have to continue with their activities and daily chores. It is true that toward the end of pregnancy these are much heavier and therefore must be very careful when making such domestic activities.

Housework in pregnancy

Believe it or not, domestic activities require much effort and movement, and therefore pregnant women should take into account a number of positions when they do it to avoid, among other things, pain in the back:

When caught the mop and bucket you put one foot before the other and bend your knees keeping your back rounded.

By using the vacuum, holding the tube from above and move forward and backward with your feet, never at the waist.

If you perform an activity in which you'll be a while still, as when you iron, one foot up on a stool and moves the weight from one leg to another. Take turns with the foot that you have raised.

Broadly speaking, these are the three most repeated postures when doing housework. Try our tips and you will see as you notice more relief.

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