When you are pregnant you should not do those activities that would put you in risk that increases the chance of shock to your stomach. Students from ACOG (American College Of Obstetricians and Gynecologist) noticed that when you so some activity that is over 6,000 feet altitude causes a risk, which consist of less content of oxygen for both you and your baby.

There are some activities that you should avoid at the time of pregnancy. So, let’s see which they are.

1.     Park Ride: –

Rides like water sliding in the parks are really risky as to avoid an instant pressure to your stomach that will affect you and your baby.

2.     Riding Bicycle: –

If it’s your first time then avoid doing cycling. If you are a second timer then you can continue with this. When you try to make balance, center of gravity makes cycling dangerous for both of you.

3.     Sports: –

If you are a sports man then you should avoid doing that till the time you are not re-commitment by the doctors.

4.     Gymnastics: –

There is a lot of chance for increasing Trauma to your lower stomach because of the highest pressure.

5.     Running: –

Walking is good but running is not at all good. When you do it, it starts giving pressure to your stomach.  Whenever you do that you should take a proper causation while running as there is a lot of chance of falling increases at time. Don’t overdo r=the exercises. You should better drink more and more water at time.

6.     Snow Boarding: –

There is a lot of chance that you can fall down which can cause to the hammering to you and your baby with lot of pain that you don’t even imagine.

7.     Don’t Play Tennis: –

It’s fine if you place at moderate pace, which is almost not possible for anyone to play when it comes to tennis. It’s not at all good for any time. No matter it is your 2nd or 3rd time it is risky any way.

It is better if you do some better and smart activities at the time of pregnancy. It doesn’t matter how active were you before pregnancy, you should not risk yourself and your baby to fall for any risk. So better be at the safer side instead of risking yourself.

By Arlene Huff

Arlene Huff is the founding member of Golden State Online. Before that She was a general assignment reporter. A native Californian, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. She currently lives in Los Angeles.