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Tool available to help IVF patients achieve pregnancy

Eeva test helps doctors identify most viable embryos

Olivia Randle is only 10 months old, but already she’s contributed to science. She’s among the first babies born to parents who used a new technology designed to help couples using #invitrofertilization achieve #pregnancy.

“We thought the whole concept sounded pretty amazing," said Lisa Randle, Olivia’s mother.

Having suffered #miscarriages in the past, Lisa Randle and her husband, Chris Randle, wanted to do whatever they could to make their #IVF cycle a success. So they participated in a study at the Fertility Center of San Antonio, a test clinic for a new technology called Eeva, or Early #Embryo Viability Assessment.

The technology, just cleared for commercial use by the FDA, helps doctors identify which embryo to implant in the mother. Currently, the Fertility Center of San Antonio is the only center in Texas to offer it.

Dr. Thomas Pool, director of the #Fertility Center of San Antonio, said the technology significantly increases the odds of pregnancy with IVF.

“In our hands, it ups the pregnancy rate 20 percent,” he said. “We looked at 50 patients and in those that we could transfer an Eeva high embryo, the #pregnancy rate was 73 percent, which is astronomical for IVF.”

Typically with IVF, doctors would eyeball the embryos under a microscope and select the ones that looked most promising for implantation.

With Eeva, the fertilized egg is placed inside an incubator equipped with sophisticated cameras that snap pictures every five minutes, creating a time-lapse. One advantage is the embryos do not need to be removed from the incubator and be exposed to outside elements.

The test creates a video and uses statistical modeling developed by researchers at Stanford University to analyze the embryos and categorize them as to how likely they are to continue to develop.

During the first two days of an embryo’s development, Pool said if specific events occur within specific time windows, an embryo is considered to have more potential to develop.

“So being able to see in the first two days and being able to predict what’s going to happen five days down the road is a tremendous additional piece of information helping us to decide which ones to transfer,” Pool said.

As for the Randles, watching their baby Olivia develop literally from day one was exciting.

“I just think she’s my beautiful daughter,” Chris Randle said. “Yes, there is a lot of science that went into it. It is pretty amazing to see what develops into a beautiful baby.”

If you wish to know more about #IVF in #India go to http://goo.gl/yVCmga also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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5 Best Ways To Boost Your Energy During #Pregnancy

Are you yawning most of the times? Do you feel the need to lie down every two-three hours? Do you feel lethargic and you keep on blaming pregnancy or your #hormonal #changes? You were giving a presentation at office, but somehow you were not able to control your yawning. How embarrassed you were!

Did you just felt, that those lines are just for you? Well then just read this post to know the reasons of fatigue and ways to fight it.

What Could I Do To Be #Energetic In Pregnancy?

We bring you some tips and tricks which you are adaptable and could fit into your daily routine, leaving your more fresh, energetic and charming.

1. Sleep:

So, yes you were feeling tired and exhausted, what could be the best solution to overcome it? Get some sound #sleep and wake up fresh and glowing! If you are a homemaker and could get some afternoon nap, it could do wonders. But if you are working, try to get some power naps during lunch hours if possible. A quick nap would keep you fresh, and you might not yawn, in your next presentation.

At night try sleeping on your left side, this would prove to be advantageous. As later in pregnancy when your belly grows; sleeping on your back may not be possible. Also, expert says that sleeping on left keeps the baby away from liver, and it also improves circulation in the uterus, fetus, and the kidneys.

Don’t use any medication or external aids to get sleep. They may harm the baby and also they could cause more drowsiness in you.

2. Diet Plan:

As a pregnant woman, you are supposed to eat the most nutritious diet, which would aid in the development of the baby. Each food item provides some energy packed dose which could help you in fighting #fatigue. So always go for fresh fruits and vegetables’. Drink lots of water, experts recommend about 7-8 glass of water daily. In fact, dehydration leads to fatigue so make sure to stay hydrated.

Try eating food rich in #vitamin C and Vitamin A like broccoli or lot of vitamin B6, which is easily available in bananas, chicken, and sweet potatoes. Vitamin B6 could help healing and boosts your immune system. Also, bananas are rich in serotonin may help you fight anxiety.

At nights, if due to leg cramps your sleep gets disturbed, try calcium rich food like dairy products to help you with leg cramps. It’s best to avoid alcohol, caffeine intake during pregnancy as they have a tendency to reduce sleep, making you feel drowsier.

3. Exercise:

As a machine gets rusted when not in use, same goes for our body. In spite of the fact that you are expecting, you still need to do some #exercise [unless your doctor has specifically advised you for complete bed rest]. Exercises have many benefits – it makes you feel lively, your muscles get a pull, and you may get a relief from pregnancy aches and pain. Also, it improves flexibility which you may need during labor.

A simple walk, cardio or yoga whatever you feel like and you are comfortable with you can perform and get the benefits. If you are a working woman and can’t find time, use your lunch hours to go for a 10-20 minutes’ walk. Or while you are at home, performing some yoga or stretches while watching TV could also be beneficial, and you may see a change in a week’s time.

Do not exercise before going to sleep, as this may delay your naptime.

4. Meditation:

Practicing #Meditation could help in unwinding yourself physically as well as mentally. It relaxes your mind and soul. You don’t need classes to learn meditation. Try to sit in a comfortable position and think about things which make you happy, for saying 5-10 minutes daily. This positive thinking in a way affects and helps in reducing blood pressure making you feel more bouncy and happy.

5. Stay Away From These Diseases:

A pregnant woman is more susceptible to these common #diseases like a common flu, seasonal flu, and stomach bug. It’s best to avoid people who are already suffering from such condition. As a virus attack takes away your energy and makes, you feel more fatigue. So always wash your hand before touching your nose and face. It’s best to keep a sanitizer in your hand purse; you can rub it when you don’t see a hand wash area.

Practicing one tip at a time and then gradually increasing it would surely make you feel healthy and fit. So why wait, start it from today!

If you wish to know more go to http://selectivf.com/ also you can call us directly @ +91 84470-11992.
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