Question: I am 11 weeks pregnant and feel extremely tired all the time what to do how to cop up with it
Answer: Try to make amendments in your diet..take sips of juices in frequent intervals, you can also take sips of water.. you can start your mornings with calcium rich yogurt, cheese, fortified orange juice, sesame seeds bread, almonds, figs or scrambled tofu.. Oatmeal, spinach omelettes, peanut butter..
Include plenty of dry fruits in your diet from now on such as cashews, almonds, apricots, raisins, dates, walnuts and pistachios are few dry fruits to eat during pregnancy. They are dry fruits are nutritious, undoubtedly, but you should aim to include the recommended quantity in your diet each day...
You need to include plenty of fruits (apricots, berries, pomegranate, bananas, apples, guava) and vegetables, protein, fibre and carbohydrates in your diet. Avoid unripe papaya and pineapple. Take folic acid and vitamin supplements if required..
Question: 37 week pregnant , feeling sleepy all the time , and extremely tired.
Answer: Hello dear. One of the reasons for fatigue and sleep problems during pregnancy are changing hormone levels. For example, rising progesterone levels may partly explain excessive daytime sleepiness.
The hormonal changes are likely the cause of fatigue. Your body is producing more blood to carry nutrients to your growing baby. Your blood sugar levels and blood pressure are also lower and this is the reason you feel tiered during pregnancy.
Question: I am 33 weeks pregnant and i feel extremely tired
Answer: Hi,don't worry,you should but get your iron levels checked as sometimes due to low iron levels also you feel tired,and it can also be if you are dehydrated so drink at least 10-13 glasses of water everyday ,which will help.you should also take energy giving food like banana,and nuts like dates.
Also take a nap of an hour during the day which will help to keep you energetic through the day