Question: disyness all the time.. at night I can't sleep properly..and in mrng I feel like vomits..i feel sleepy all the time.. 😐
Answer: its very normal dear. last trimester sleep is difficult. vomiting is might be due to undigested food last night . make sure you eat 2 hours before sleep and go for a mild night walk for good digestion. don't eat heavy . and take fennel seeds before bed. drink plenty of water.
even I feel sleepy all day its all because of lots of changes in body loosing and gaining nutrition. hormonal changes. so its all normal. don't worry.
Question: I am 5 weeks pregnant. I feel dizziness and sleepy all the time. Please suggest me some good diet for healthy pregnancy?
healthy diet and good nutrition during pregnancy ensure that your baby gets the best start possible. The best diet is a balanced diet that provides ample amounts of:
healthy types of fat
vitamins and minerals
Taking prenatal multivitamin will ensure that you get the basic requirements. But vitamin-packed, fresh foods will help your baby get the best start in life.
Whenever possible, eat complex carbohydrates, such as:
whole-grain breads and pastas
Stay away from their nutritionally deficient cousins, the simple carbohydrates:
Eat four servings of protein daily. Your doctor may recommend more protein if your pregnancy is considered high risk.
Eat three or more daily servings of green and yellow vegetables, which contain significant amounts of:
Four additional servings per day should come from fruits and non-green or -yellow vegetables. These provide:
Grains and legumes
Whole grains and legumes, such as dried peas and beans, and other healthy carbohydrates like fruit and starchy vegetables should comprise nine or more servings a day. They provide B vitamins and trace minerals, such as zinc selenium and magnesium. Grains and legumes are full of nutrients, including the various B vitamins: thiamin (vitamin B-1), riboflavin (vitamin B-2), folate and niacin. Your growing baby needs these for the development of just about every part of the body. Folate intake significantly reduces the risk of having a baby with spina bifida. These foods supply energy for your baby’s development and help build the placenta and other tissues in your body.
Try to eat 20 to 35 grams of fiber a day to help prevent constipation and hemorrhoids. You can get these from whole grains, veggies, legumes and fruit. Products labeled refined or enriched aren’t as beneficial to you or your baby.
You should eat iron-rich foods daily. Since many women don’t get enough iron in their diet, iron is an important part of prenatal supplements. Iron is often poorly absorbed from plant foods, which is why it’s difficult for many people to reach the proper requirement. Talk to your doctor if you are prone to iron-deficiency anemia. They may recommend a supplement.
Unhealthy high-fat foods include fried foods, saturated fats, and packaged products containing trans fats. You should limit these foods to less than four daily servings. However, it’s dangerous to eliminate all fat from your diet. Essential fatty acids are important, including omega-3-fatty acids. Some examples of healthy fats include:
pumpkin and sunflower seeds
These foods provide the right types of fats for your baby’s brain development.
You should eat salty foods in moderation.
Fluids are an important part of a healthy diet. You should consume at least 64 ounces, or eight glasses, per day, and more is better. During pregnancy, you should avoid caffeinated drinks. They increase your heart rate and blood pressure, and may affect your baby’s nervous system development.
Water also reduces your chance of constipation and the subsequent hemorrhoids that can develop from straining during defecation. The increased flow of urine also reduces your risk of developing a urinary tract infection, which can be dangerous for you and your baby.
If you choose to take supplements during your pregnancy, make sure you read the labels of every bottle. It’s important to stay within the daily allowance.
Calcium is important for strong bones and teeth, as most people know. But it’s also critical for proper development and function of the heart and other muscles, as well as for the blood clotting system. The fetus demands a huge supply of calcium during development. It’s thought to have a total body store of 25 grams of calcium at birth, all of which is received from the mother.
Folic acid is an important vitamin that stimulates red blood cell formation and the production of important chemical signals in the nervous system. It’s also important in the process of making DNA. Perhaps more importantly, folic acid has been identified as a critical vitamin to prevent neural tube defects in your baby, such as spina bifida.
Good sources of folic acid include:
cooked green leafy vegetables
lentils and kidney beans
Iron is a crucial element in many of the body’s processes. Iron supplements are important for most women, as few women get enough iron through their diet. Often, women who lack iron become anemic. Iron-deficiency anemia is one of the most common forms of anemia. It can be regulated through iron supplements.
Your best dietary source of iron is red meat, such as beef. You can get non-heme iron (found in vegetables) from lentils, spinach, black strap molasses, and many kinds of beans. To improve the absorption of plant or non-heme iron, pair the food with a vitamin-C rich source. For example, add fresh sliced bell peppers or strawberries to your spinach salad. .
Question: Feel irritated and depressed all the time its eight month of pregnancy and i dont feel like eating...
Answer: It is natural dear..... It happens to many mothers..try eating the things you like eat whatever is in your mind or no matter when you're eating.. The thing is you have to eat for the growth n health of your baby inside you.. N for depression n irritation you can read books go out for dinner wid husband try to stay happy