Maintaining a balanced and nutritious diet is important for the well-being of everyone, and especially prenatal and postpartum parents. One essential mineral that plays a vital role during the prenatal and postpartum stages is iron.
Iron is necessary for the production of red blood cells, which carry oxygen to all parts of the body. Deficiency in iron can lead to anemia, fatigue, headaches, mood changes, poor concentration, and a weakened immune system. To ensure optimal health, it is important for expectant parents and new parents to incorporate iron-rich foods into their daily diet. In this blog, we will explore the five easy ways to boost your iron intake.
Welcoming baby to your family is a joyous occasion, but it also comes with a host of questions and concerns about your baby's well-being. One question that may arise is whether or not your baby should see a chiropractor. In this blog post, we'll explore the potential benefits of chiropractic care for infants. We'll delve into how chiropractic adjustments can improve the breastfeeding experience, promote balanced development, and contribute to peaceful sleep patterns for your little one.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Nikita, a birth and postpartum doula from Yoga Mamas. She takes a holistic and natural approach to birth work, and creates a safe space for you to explore your journey into parenthood. While under Nikita's care, you'll not only learn all about baby care but also gain valuable insights into postpartum healing and how to set yourself up for a successful life after your little one arrives. She's skilled in hypnotherapy and offers some fantastic services like belly binding to help you along your parenthood journey.
Continue reading to get to know Nikita and hear about her tips for parents.
HypnoBirthing affirmations are a powerful tool that you can use to ease labour anxiety and feel more confident during childbirth.
These positive affirmations can keep you grounded, motivated, and give you an inner strength when you need it most. Most importantly, they can shift your thoughts, mood, behaviours and overall experience of your labour and delivery.