How to get relief from late-pregnancy aches and pains

How to get relief from late-pregnancy aches and pains

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  • Easy-does-it stretches

    These moves were designed by physical therapists Amy Wilusz and Monica Sasaki for third-trimester moms-to-be.

  • To improve pregnancy posture and boost energy

    Stand with feet hip-width apart, arms at your sides, pelvis tucked under. Inhale deeply and lift your arms in front of you and overhead, really reaching up. Turn your palms up, and as you exhale, bend your elbows and slowly lower them out to your sides and slightly behind you. Hold for ten seconds.

  • To prevent and ease leg cramps

    Stand in front of a wall and step forward with one leg, keeping toes pointed forward and in line with your knees. Place your hands on the wall at shoulder height, bend your front knee, and lean toward the wall. Keep your back leg straight, with the heel pressed down on the floor. Hold for 30 seconds, then switch legs.

  • To strengthen arms, abs, and glutes for baby duty

    Rest on all fours, knees under your hips, hands under your shoulders. Using your abs, pull your belly button in toward your spine. Raise your left arm and right leg so they're level with your torso. Hold for five seconds, then lower. Switch to right arm and left leg. Aim for ten reps on each side.

  • To relieve back pain and release tension

    Sit on your heels, knees pointed slightly out to the side. Round forward so your belly hangs between your legs, and extend your arms out in front of you. Keep your neck in line with your spine. Modification: If your belly hits the floor, raise your buttocks slightly and rest on your forearms.

  • Watch the video: Preventing Back and Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy (August 2022).

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