37 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi mujhe kal raat se bht dar sa lag raha hai or main bht mushkil se soi hu abhi bhi subha mujhe bht ghabrat or dar sa lag raha hai i dnt knw y please help what should i do?

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Answer: Hi dear, Aksar pregnancy me anxiety feel Hoti hai.ye aksar hormones ke wajah se hi Hoti hai.ek Baar apna TSH check karva le.kai Baar thyroid ke badh jaane se ya bohat zayda Kam ho jaane se is Tarah Ka anxiety ho jaata hai.iske alava,khaane me namak aur sugar Ka use Kam kare.tea/coffee Ka Sevan bhi avoid kare.jab bhi is Tarah ki bechaini hone lage,turant ek fruit kha le.banana/ apple Kuch bhi.aksr anxiety me sugar level tezi se drop hota hai,isliye turant Kuch kha Lene se aapko achcha lagega.paani pijiye khoob,Kai Baar dehydration ki wajah se bhi ghabraye hone lagti hai.deep breathing exercises kare.daily subah ki dhoop me walk kare.
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    Shashi Singh27 days ago

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