I am married 21 years old female. I am 10 weeks pregnant. I am sleeping alot from past 1 week. Is there any disadvantage of sleeping alot.
Can you give me some diet tips for a healthy baby.
And how to be during pregnancy?
Thank you in advance.
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It might be due to difficiency of haemoglobin, iron,folic acid, or due to gastric disorder.
Take, simple, breakfast: Poha, phulkas, with vegetables, sandwich ,milk,
Lunch & dinner:
Rice (white/red/ brown) or, phulkas, or, khichadi (white / brown/broken rice) or oatmeals, chapaties,or Ravi balls,(1000-1300 calories)
Liquid: 3/4 litters of water/day or from assorted sources e.g.milk, juice,milk shakes,
Vit 'C' -gooseberry, guava,oranges, tomatoes to improve immunity & to prevent constipation,
Vit'A' Papaya, sweet potatoes, oranges,to maintain skin & and good vision.
Vit' B complex -Green leafy vegetable: Palak, methi leaves, drumsticks leaves, to check, constipation.
Iron- pomegranate to increase haemoglobin level
Go for meditation to inhale ample volume of oxygen to remove drowsiness & sleepy attitude to remain fresh all d time for a healthy baby.
Under noted Foods b avoided
Over indulgence in coffee & tea.
Restaurant food, junk food, containing MSG & taste enhancer.
Mango & jackfruits. Fried food.
Tk homoeo medicines/
@ AlfalfaQ 10 drops, thrice with little water.
* Your feedback be appreciated for further follow up, please.
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Just get your thyroid checked.
More sleeping or tiredness is common in first trimester.
U can eat everything home made during pregnancy. Include more fruits and veggies. Have small meals at regular intervals.
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