A research conducted recently reveals that an inadequate 15 per cent of women all across the world do not take their recommended antenatal and postnatal exercise treatment. This invariably paves the way for low back pain and other complications in case of more than 76 per cent patients. There are various benefits of the antenatal and postnatal exercise treatment which includes reduced chance of gestational diabetes, treatment and even prevention of pelvic ache, managing the muscles in charge of the bladder and bowel, improvement of sleep and preparing your body for the labour. Pregnancy is the time when the body is faced with certain physical challenges and it wreaks havoc on your joints, connective tissues and important muscle groups. The growth of your belly considerably changes the posture of your spine, alters your centre of gravity and also leads to the weakening of the muscles that holds your back. Relaxin, the hormone, which softens the ligaments to help in the delivery of the baby, also affects all the ligaments to help in joint laxity. As a result, this hormone also weakens the pelvic floor muscles and the weight of the growing baby also adds to it. All these hurdles can be overcome with the help of antenatal and postnatal exercise treatment and you will also recover easily from your postnatal problems and focus on being a mother of a new born child who needs your love, care and cuddling all through the day for mental and physical development.