Comfortable Driving Tips for Pregnant Women

March 17, 2013 by Kimberly Jane  
Published in Women

If conditions are good pregnancy by obstetricians, pregnant women should only travel a long distance using a four-wheeled vehicle (as a passenger). However, pregnant women should pay attention to some things while driving due to the physical condition of pregnant women experience changes.

If conditions are good pregnancy by obstetricians, pregnant women should only travel a long distance using a four-wheeled vehicle (as a passenger). However, pregnant women should pay attention to some things while driving due to the physical condition of pregnant women experience changes.

Sitting in the car for traveling long distances to make the legs feel sore or tingling, especially for pregnant women. In order to stay comfortable for pregnant women traveling, doing good preparation and multiply the break in the journey in four-wheeled vehicles.

Simple preparation begins while still at home, by ensuring that these needs do not fall behind by pregnant women. Namely:
* One bottle of drinking water.
* Healthy snacks.
* Tool music player.
* Pillow neck so that pregnant women can sleep more comfortably.
* Flip flops or socks.
* Wet wipes.
* Notebook and pen. During the trip, if the contents of the head full of things that suddenly appear in your mind, pour it in a notebook. Take advantage of this energy to create a task list or write down ideas or something like pregnant women. Pregnant women can also use a gadget that is practical and hassle and allow carry on the way.

During the trip, embarked circulation with more rest every 90 minutes. Pregnant women also need to take advantage of this break to pee, because pregnant women are generally more frequent urination.

At rest in the rest area, do walk around the area or do simple stretches.

Wear comfortable footwear as well. For footwear, for example, select an easily removable in the car and you could bare feet. Take a position comfortable as possible in the seat in the vehicle, the seat belt is attached either.

Do a little exercise in the car. If possible, align the foot with the heel down position. Then gently tap the foot to stretch your calf muscles. This movement of blood circulation. Then rotate the ankles and shake your toes.

Ensure that pregnant women drink regular basis, to avoid dehydration and reduce the risk of blood clots in the legs.

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