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10 tips for feeling excited and healthy during pregnancy

Whether you were planning your pregnancy or it came about as a surprise, it’s normal to feel a mix of emotions with each passing day. Growing a human takes a lot of effort physically and emotionally and it’s ok not to love every single moment of it. That doesn’t mean you’re not going to make a great mum (spoiler: you already are a great mum!) The thought of welcoming your precious bundle can also come...

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Posture, pregnancy and your pelvic floor

During Pregnancy, the weight of your growing uterus during pregnancy can cause you to exaggerate the lumber curve in your lower back (lordosis) or to tuck your tailbone under your body to compensate for the growing weight...

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How to treat a headache during pregnancy?

Ahh pregnancy. Say hello to swollen breasts, all-day nausea (seriously, whoever called it morning sickness was a liar!), and suddenly wondering whether or not it’s safe to take medication if you have a headache.  For many pregnant mamas, the change in hormones can trigger headaches, which can be a tricky issue to manage, along with all the other weird and wonderful things going on in the body.  Yep, growing life for nine months is no...

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What beauty products can you use when pregnant?

From the moment you first see those two double lines on a pregnancy test, your natural instinct kicks in to protect your growing baby.  During your pregnancy, you’re acutely aware of everything you’re putting in and on your body — from food to beauty products, you probably find yourself studying the labels with intense vigour and you’re more than happy to make beauty product swaps for more natural options with no nasties. Protecting your baby...

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