Many women want to get in a hurry after giving birth and may do serious damage to their body.
The timing and type of exercise that mothers can do after the end of pregnancy depends on the mother’s physical condition, the baby’s health status, the presence of underlying diseases, the mother’s weight and age, previous pregnancy history, and the type of delivery the mother performed.
Do not rush to do strenuous exercise after childbirth.
If the mother has no problems, one week after a normal delivery and 10 days after the cesarean delivery, mothers can start light exercises, but it is emphasized that these exercises must be done under the supervision of a specialist doctor.
Women can do gentle walking and quiet yoga after giving birth, but exercise that puts too much pressure on the body or abdomen is not suitable.
Gentle lower abdominal exercises and pelvic floor exercises are all that is needed to help your body heal at this stage.
Benefits of postpartum exercise:
Improve your mood by increasing the levels of happy chemicals (endorphins) in your brain.
If you eat sensibly, it will help you eliminate any weight gain caused by pregnancy.
Protect you from suffering.
Boost your energy levels.
Improve your strength and endurance, making it easier to care for your baby.