Question: I am feeling difficulty in breathing at night
Answer: Hello dear. The cause for shortness of breath is progesterone, a hormone that increases during pregnancy. High progesterone levels cause pregnant women to breathe faster. The rise in progesterone begins early in pregnancy, and the shortness of breath it causes. Usually it's nothing to be concerned about, but it's best to check with your doctor, since lots of things can cause shortness of breath.
Question: Breathing difficulty during night what I do
Answer: Hello dear...
Many women in pregnancy, experience breathing difficulty,in pregnancy it happens due to increase level of progestrone,which makes breathing a difficult,in which body adjust to new harmone levels,and proceeding through pregnancy,your growing baby pushes your uterus,against diaphragm,it is usually known as dyspnea,and breathing difficulty usually considered to be harmless in pregnancy
Precautions for breathing difficulty in pregnancy...
Include more fruits and vegetables in your diet,avoid packed foods,oil fried item,pastries,opt for healthy snack option,this will control your weight gain,and also provide you to breath easy
It is essential to drink two to three litres of water daily,avoid tea, coffee,cola,it will make you dehydrated,can include fresh juice,soup,buttermilk
Iron rich foods
If you are Anemic, breathing difficulty may be higher,so it is essential to include iron rich foods like whole grain,cereals, fruits, veggies,nuts, dryfruits,meat,in your diet
Maintain good posture
Maintaining good posture to sit or stand,will allow lungs to breath effectively,will reduce breathing difficulty
You can try maternity yoga,there are few possess and breathing techniques like pranayama will help lot in breathing difficulty
Question: I am 7 months pregnant...i have difficulty in breathing sometime...any problem ?
Answer: It's normal. Be on left side while sleeping. Also try doing Omkaar (pranayam) 3 to 5 times before going to bed or during evening or morning time.