Lots of people are afraid of taking Bach flowers during pregnancy.

Lots of people are afraid of taking Bach flowers during pregnancy. This is a normal reaction, as during pregnancy you need to be very careful about what you eat or do. The unborn child is directly linked with the bloodstream of the mother and takes everything up.

 

Research has shown that smoking has a negative effect on a baby. Babies of mothers who smoked during their pregnancy have a significantly lower birth weight in comparison to babies of mothers who didn’t smoke during their pregnancy.

 

Drinking alcohol during pregnancy has been proven scientifically to cause negative effects to the baby. You run a greater risk of complications during birth for example pre-mature birth or a too low birth weight are some of the most common consequences of excessive alcohol use during pregnancy. Even small amounts of alcohol are taken in by the foetus and causes symptoms of intoxication.

 

It is also not advisable to do excessive physical efforts during the first three months of pregnancy. The embryo needs time to nestle firmly into the womb. A visit to theme parks with its fast roller coaster rides should be avoided unless you stay away from those rides.

 

The use of Bach Flower Essences is a different matter; Bach Flower Essences are 100% natural and completely harmless and give no side effects. This is why Bach flowers can be taken without any risk during pregnancy. Bach Flower Essences can actually help you to have a healthy and stress free pregnancy. It is an important aid for people who are anxious and have doubts about their pregnancy going fine.

 

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