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Exercise For Blocked Nose In Pregnancy



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this exercise is done in three different

cycles let's have a look in order to do

this exercise sit in a comfortable

position make sure that your back is

erect now block one nostril with your

index finger and take deep breath with

your other nostril inhale and exhale

pick eight such deep breath now repeat

this with the other nostril after you

have done with both the nostrils block

your right nostril with your index

finger and breathe in with your left now

block your left with your thumb and

exhale with your right knock the right

and inhale from the left repeat this

cycle for its deep breath reverse the

steps inhaling from the right and

exhaling from the left after you are

done with the above cycle block your

right nostril with your index finger

breathe in from your left now block your

left with your thumb and exhale from

your right now keeping your left nostril

blocked

inhale from your right as you would

notice in this cycle we are breathing in

and out from the same nostril coming

back block your right nostril with your

index finger and exhale from your left

repeat this cycle eight times during

pregnancy a woman's body goes through a

lot of hormonal changes there is excess

fluid volume in the body and pregnant

women often complained of a blocked

nasal passage a blocked nose can cause

difficulty sleeping at night in fact

during extremely dry weather women may

also experience nosebleeds alternate

nostril breathing is an exercise that

helps Antioch the nasal passages and

keeps a pregnant woman

this exercise can be done in almost all

the trimesters unless otherwise advice

for your doctor although this exercise

is very safe and easy to do it is

important to look out for warning signs

you should stop exercising immediately

if you notice any leaking or bleeding

from the vagina

if you feel abdominal discomfort

experience pain in the vagina pelvis or

groin if you feel dizzy notice yourself

short of breath or notice any

exceptional fetal activity this exercise

can be done with women on bed rest as

well in fact it can be incorporated in

any prenatal routine however it is

advised not to exercise on an empty

stomach you should always have a light

snack or fluid before exercising take

care and have a safe pregnancy