Experts assure that after the birth of a child in most women weight itself comes back to normal. However, the mothers, who are accustomed to watching their appearance and do not want to sit back, often ask: "How to get rid of excess weight after giving birth?".
First of all, I want to say that not every woman can normalize her weight after childbirth. And the reason is that most women belong to the so-called maternal type, which is determined by the nature of the metabolic processes that occur in their body. This becomes the main obstacle in the fight against excess kilograms.
Often the cause of excess weight and problems with its reduction are psychological factors. Many women during pregnancy and after childbirth do not feel sufficiently desirable and attractive.
After the birth of a child, the woman is in a state of "caring mother", which in time can become familiar to her. It then encourages them to abandon any attempts to get rid of excess weight and return the old forms. In addition, this condition is often accompanied by increased appetite, which further exacerbates the situation. There are changes in the endocrine system and as a result - excess weight and the risk of developing diseases of internal organs.
The first thing you need to do to effectively combat excess weight after birth is to make up a new diet. No half-starved diets - the result can be unpredictable and lead to poor health. The diet should consist of products containing a large number of vitamins and minerals. Do not forget about the daily needs of the body in fats, carbohydrates and proteins.
However, one correct diet to lose weight, is not enough. To increase the chances of victory in this difficult struggle will help gymnastics. But we must remember that experts recommend starting physical exercises only six months after childbirth. In the meantime, it is good to walk outdoors, to walk with a baby in a kangaroo, to swim.
You should also give up alcohol and cigarettes. It is proved that these bad habits only complicate the process of losing weight. In addition, they can cause problems with the health and development of the child, if during the breast-feeding period, the mother smokes or drinks. In addition, the negative impact of alcoholic beverages and tobacco on the body as a whole was repeatedly said.
Alcohol causes blood vessels to narrow, and this makes it difficult to penetrate the nutrients into the tissues of the body with food. The same applies to tobacco smoke. The regular effect of alcohol and tobacco on the human body causes a violation of metabolic processes in it. And this, unlike the general opinion, leads not to weight reduction, but, on the contrary, to weight gain and obesity.