2 Reasons To Purchase A Prenatal Cradle During Pregnancy

When you are pregnant, your body is going to go through all sorts of changes. Some of these changes are going to cause you increased pain and discomfort, but thankfully there are certain things out there that can help you to cope with this pain, and also to reduce the amount of discomfort that you are feeling. In terms of medical equipment, there is something called a prenatal cradle that may be able to provide you with some relief. This is a cradle that essentially goes over your shoulders and around your stomach, and also under your pelvis area. This is going to "cradle" your belly and encompass the entire thing. There are several great reasons why you should consider purchasing this piece of medical equipment during pregnancy, and this article is going to discuss 2 of these reasons in more detail. 

Improves Posture

One thing that a lot of women deal with during their pregnancy is back pain. A lot of the time, this is going to be due to the fact that their abdomen puts excess weight and stress on their back. The abdomen does this because it is getting bigger and bigger as the baby grows, and the back has to overcompensate to make sure that you are able to support this added weight in your abdomen.

When you wear the prenatal cradle, you are going to be able to take some of this weight off of your back because it will allow the weight to be dispersed more evenly throughout your entire upper body. Your shoulders and your pelvic area will take some of the weight, reducing the amount that your back feels. This is going to naturally improve your posture, which is going to help reduce the pain you feel even more. 

Improves Circulation

The prenatal cradle is going to do a good job of lifting your stomach so that it is not resting quite so much on your pelvic area. It is able to do this because the cradle goes up and over your shoulders, allowing them to take some of the weight from your pelvic area and lift it upward. Because of this, you are likely going to have improved circulation in the lower half of your body. Since reduced circulation during pregnancy cannot only cause you pain and discomfort, but can also lead to issues with walking or even blood clots, it is important that you do everything in your power to keep the blood flowing freely throughout your entire body. 

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While my parents took care to keep my home sanitary, feel my family nutritious meals, and encourage us all to get some healthy exercise outdoors, I always felt like I had "bad health luck." During my childhood, it felt like I was always coming down with one illness after another, and while thankfully, there were great treatments for most of them, I was envious of other children who seemed to never get sick. During my teenage years, my health improved, but as an adult, it seems like my "bad health luck" has returned. However, I try to find a "silver lining" in everything and, for me, that was the inspiration to learn a lot about diseases, disorders, and other health problems. To help others suffering from health problems, I decided to share the health knowledge I have accumulated over the years on a blog!