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On Mother’s Day: Five ayurvedic steps to promote health of mother and baby during pregnancy

by: ayurdoctor Published on15-05-19 01:01 AM
Our ancestors believed that the creation of life was a reflection of the divine aspect within us. As an expecting mother, it is important to pay heed to every aspect that could influence the health and development of a baby.
Pregnancy is a beautiful phase of a woman’s life and during this period they not only require care from their family they also need to keep themselves pure from within so that the baby is healthy as the mother’s mood and health reflects on the growing baby. Ayurveda textbooks such as Garbhini Vyakarana and Charak Samhita explains all essential steps that a woman should take not just during pregnancy but even before the pregnancy starts. Jiva AyurBaby programme compiles these steps, and lots more, in an easy-to-follow pre-pregnancy routine.

Ayurveda says that you should nourish your senses with fresh flowers in the morning and listen to soft music during this time as it would calm you down and relax your nerves.
Here are some of those Ayurvedic tips which would promote the health of mother and baby during pregnancy.
Balance your Vata Dosha
Ayurveda says that during pregnancy one should always balance their Vata Dosha. This can be best done by consuming a diet of fresh, plant-based, whole or sprouted grains as well as non-processed foods. During pregnancy, one should always have warm and freshly cooked foods with healthy oils like the olive oil, ghee, and coconut oil. To-be-mothers should also avoid eating leftovers as much as possible.

Eating for two
During pregnancy, you should always eat what you naturally crave for. But also remember to eat well and a balanced diet which includes a lot of vegetables, proteins, and healthy starch. Also, do not forget the fact that you are eating for two people so you should not maintain a single person’s diet. The last thing that you should remember is that you should avoid hot and spicy food, uncooked leafy veggies, undercooked beans, food with preservatives and artificial flavors.
Begin your day with a full-body self-massage. Apply warm sesame oil with an open palm using long strokes along the long bones and circular strokes on the joints. Massage the abdomen gently. Massaging of the nipples is recommended after the 4th month. After abhyanga, take a warm water bath. It helps to open the channel of circulation.
Follow Sattvic
There is a lot of emotional support and physical care that you needed during pregnancy. Ayurveda says that you should follow the sattvic lifestyle that is not to harbor negative emotions like sorrow, anger, grief, doubt and fear as this would affect the growing baby. Always stay happy by exposing yourself to a happy environment surrounded by happy people and cheerful things.
Practice Grabha Sanskar
In Sanskrit, Garbha means the womb and sanskar means educating the mind. Thus, Garbha sanskar means educating the mind of the fetus growing in the mother’s womb. Ayurveda believes a child's mental and behavioral development starts as the mother conceives. The child’s personality begins to take shape in the womb, and this is influenced by the mother's state of mind during pregnancy.

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