Amazing Benefits of Walking During Pregnancy (Plus Safety Tips)
Walking during pregnancy is one of the best exercises and is recommended by most health professionals. Though it is a low-impact exercise, considering its impact on the joints and heart, it helps the body fight against all sorts of chronic diseases. So now you have got the answer to, ‘is it safe to take a walk during pregnancy?’ A 30-45 minute walk can help in reducing weight, decreasing chances of cardiovascular disorders, improving blood circulation, strengthening bones and muscles, and also boosting the body’s immune system.
However, during each trimester, certain tips and precautions should be kept in mind. Most importantly, discuss with your doctor and seek his advice before starting any exercise.
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