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5 Tips To Properly Wear Your Baby

5 Tips to Properly Wear Your Baby Babywearing has always been a traditional and very functional way for women to carry their babies as they go about their activities at home or outside. Finding a proper carrier or method of babywearing is important, as it will help reduce pain and strain on your body postpartum.  …

Foods For Better Sex Postpartum

Foods For Better Sex Postpartum After having a baby, fatigue and lack of interest in sex stem not just from lack of sleep or stress, but also other factors, such as breastfeeding and the hormones involved and nutrition. Of the three, nutrition is the most overlooked, but it still has a powerful effect on your …

Postpartum Vaginal Dryness-One Reason for Painful Sex

Postpartum Vaginal Dryness- One Reason for Painful Sex Postpartum Vaginal Dryness – One Reason for Painful Sex  Vaginal dryness can affect up to nearly 45% of postpartum women and more than half experience painful sex for several months after delivery. Vaginal dryness is caused by the drop in estrogen levels after giving birth. Estrogen, one …

How can Meditation Help with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy?

How can Meditation Help with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? How can Meditation Help with Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? What is Meditation? Meditation is an ancient practice of focusing one’s mind on something specific in order to improve attention, clarity, and overall well being. It can be generally classified as concentrative  or mindfulness meditation. Concentrative meditation …

How to Sleep When Your Baby Does Not

How to Sleep When Your Baby Does Not It’s 1 AM and you are up again to pump or breastfeed- and feeling stressed and exhausted. Your newborn may refuse to latch or starts crying, adding to your anxiety and stress levels. You try going back to sleep, but it is difficult. This can happen several …

3 Safe Physical Therapy Exercises for New Moms

3 Safe Physical Therapy Exercises for New Moms You’re cleared by your doctor at your 6 week check up and excited to get back to exercise. Now you’re faced with 2 questions: When do I have time to exercise? Where should I start? In between feeding and caring for your newborn and balancing family responsibilities, …

Pelvic Floor Therapy and Bladder Function Basics

Pelvic Floor Therapy and Bladder Function Basics Through Pelvic Floor Therapy patients learn to strengthen and relax their pelvic muscles in order to improve bladder function and decrease pelvic pain. The goal is to modify bladder function to extend the time between trips to the bathroom. This can be achieved by gradually increasing the time …

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