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The weight of your growing belly can pull your shoulders forward, tightening the muscles in your chest. These stretches can help loosen up your tight chest muscles and relax your shoulders.


What you drink is very important when you are pregnant. During this stage you have to be careful because you want to avoid everything that has to do with you harming your baby. When pregnant, women should avoid beverage containing stimulant.


Common myths about pregnancy:


Heartburn which is also called acid indigestion, is an irritation or burning sensation of the esophagus caused by stomach contents that reflux (comes back up) from the stomach; causing discomfort or pain.


Exercising every day of the week for at least 30 minutes is good for you. It helps keep your body in shape and keeps you healthy. Pregnancy has not been an exception to keeping fit as recent studies support the idea that pregnancy workouts are good for your health and most importantly, your baby's health.


The American Heart Association recently published its findings that high blood pressure during pregnancy can significantly increase a woman's risk for developing heart disease, kidney disease, and diabetes.


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