Contrary to advice given until the late 1980s, research has found that pregnancy is in fact not the time to sit back, relax and put your feet up (unless you have had medical advice to do so). Pregnancy is actually one of THE most important times to keep active, with benefits for not only your physical and mental health but also your developing baby.
You may feel low in energy and exhausted at times simply because of the hormonal changes and the energy required to support your growing baby and yourself. This means to keep active you may require a little more motivation and help. Consider the following facts and tips:
Go the Ngala Healthy You Healthy Baby
Track your health and wellbeing during pregnancy and during the early stages of your child's life and receive tips on how to improve or maintain your health.
Ngala Books & DVDs
For families of babies and
young children who reside or work in W.A.,
if you need further assistance contact the Ngala Helpline
Telephone 9368 9368 or Country Access 1800 111 546
8am to 8pm 7 days a week or
or get support online via the My Ngala Forums
When: 25 May, 9:30am
3 to 7 months. Provides information on your childâ€™s developing brain and how this dramatically impacts on sleep and awake time for everyone.