Uterine fibroids are benign tumors (non-cancerous growth) that grow in the uterus and lead to heavy periods, painful sex and cramping. Fibroids can be in any numbers and their sizes also vary. It is also termed as “leiomyoma” in medical science. With the number and size, the symptoms also vary. Not all women have symptoms with uterine fibroids. It is generally not painful and leads to heavy periods. Many women do not even know whether they have fibroids or not. Excessive bleeding due to fibroids leads to iron-deficiency anemia.
It is very important to have a normal libido because it promotes physical and emotional wellness and it also strengthens the overall relationship with your partner.
Women with low sex drive can restore their sex drive by eating a healthy diet rich in certain nutrients.
Ayurveda provides important information about dietary and lifestyle changes during pregnancy. In the last 2 articles, we discuss its recommendations for 1st trimester and 2nd trimester of pregnancy. In this article, we will discuss which diet is most appropriate in the last 3 months of pregnancy.
The middle three months of pregnancy is known as 2nd trimester of pregnancy. In this period, you may not have symptoms like morning sickness, fatigue and anxiety. However, some women may continue to experience these symptoms. In your developing baby, the formation of vital organs starts from 4th month. According to ayurveda, you should honor your cravings but stay within a limit. Your physical, mental and emotional condition also affects the developing baby. So, you need to be more calm, happy and stress-free. In this article, we will discuss dietary and lifestyle guidelines during the second trimester of pregnancy according to ayurvedic perspectives.
If you are trying to conceive or newly pregnant, this article is exclusively for you. This article will help you to be a smarter mom and prepare you for a better diet and lifestyle during pregnancy. We will cover ayurvedic aspects of diet and lifestyle that should be followed when you start trying to conceive and for the first trimester of pregnancy.