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Sport Therapy Post-Partum Recovery After Childbirth

Sport therapy post-partum, is one of a physical exercise program to restore body weight (BW) and body to normal fitness. Exercises can be done from 5-7 days after delivery or when the mother has been able to mobilize themselves. Of course, if the mother had no complaints due to scar normal or cesarean delivery and no complications due to other diseases.

If the stitching operation is still sick, she could perform other movements that do not involve the movement of the stomach muscles. If the mother is not able to stand for long periods can be done while sitting. Highly recommended, before practice, mothers should consult with your obstetrician.

Exercise should be done 3-5 times a week. Initially, with the ability to adjust, maybe 2-3 times a week ago, then increased to 5 times a day. Do not also too often 6-10 times a week, for example, because the mother must also pay attention to the condition of the baby.

It also should not be too tired to remember the mother was in a state of recovery after childbirth. Then, if women feel pain in a particular part and do not disappear until 2-3 days after exercise or other inconveniences arise, you should consult a sports physician. There may be a wrong move so that the physician will exercise correct.

So that can be directly perceived benefits of exercise, mothers need to specify a target weight loss. Limits safe weight loss is 3-4 pounds per month. If it could be more than it is okay, but the mother's health condition should be good. Because, to target more, then the portion of maternal exercise should be increased, in both time and quality, while the condition of postpartum mothers generally do not allow for it.

If the target is achieved, the exercise should be increased with brisk walking, running, or treadmill which later continued with normal exercise, such as aerobics. Mother was advised not on a strict diet to accelerate weight loss given that mothers should breastfeed should eat normally with balanced nutrition.

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