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Pregnancy is one of the happiest moments in a women's life. During pregnancy the tummies of pregnant woman expand and one could experience physical pain. Another major problem faced by women is pregnancy-insomnia. Statistics reveals that almost 78% women face pregnancy-insomnia. visit us at www. for useful tips

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  1. 1. ==== ====For more info, you can visit at the below mentioned link ====Best Pregnancy BooksThere are many pregnancy books on the market and below you will find some of my favoritesalong with links to access them for purchase.As any pregnant mom will tell you these guides are designed to be there for reassurance thateverything is ok and YOUR pregnancy is on track. If you are interested in understanding how yourunborn child is developing each week or you want to know what is actually happening with thechanges in YOUR own body than these books can be excellent resources along the way.Read these reviews of the best pregnancy books around and choose a guide or two that will gowith you on your journey from conception through labor and eventually the welcome birthing event!What to Expect When Youre Expecting, 4th edition by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon MazelA perennial New York Times bestseller and one of USA Todays 25 most influential books. Itsread by more than 90% of pregnant women who read a pregnancy book. Featuring a new look, afresh perspective, and a friendlier-than-ever voice. Filled with up-to-date information reflecting notonly whats new in pregnancy, but whats relevant to pregnant women. Detailed week-by-weekfetal development section in the monthly chapters, an expanded chapter on pre-conception, and abrand new one on carrying multiples. Overflowing with tips, helpful hints, and humor (a pregnantwomans best friend), this new edition is more accessible and easier to use than ever before.New Active Birth by Janet BalaskasA pregnancy book that enables you to have the active birth you want. With this book, you canlearn to develop all your bodys resources to deal with the instinctive experience of childbirth. Fullyupdated and extended with new information - including Water Birth and Recovery After Birth. Itoffers prenatal and postnatal exercises with step by step photographs. It presents a detailedsection covering every aspect of Active Birth at home and in the hospital.Birth Stories by Katrina OBrienShare other womens birth stories with this pregnancy book that tells you like it is. From naturalbirth at home to unexpected birth in the outdoors to planned Caesareans, these touchinglypersonal and funny tales illustrate how the method of arrival is less important than the love thechild finds when it finally arrives.The Mother of All Pregnancy Books: The Ultimate Guide to Conception, Birth and Everything InBetween by Ann Douglas
  2. 2. The ultimate guide to conception, birth, and everything in between. Unlike all those other bossy,tell-you-what-to-do titles, this funny, entertaining guide presents parents with all the facts on suchhot topics as pain relief during labor, episiotomy, and circumcision, and empowers them to makeinformed personal choices. Its packed with tools you wont find anywhere else, including:Up the Duff by Kaz CookeThis pregnancy bible gives you the low-down on pregnancy and birth. Lots of factual informationabout the babies growth, what to expect etc. Absolutely hilarious.Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy by Mayo ClinicWould-be mothers looking for precise, accurate information from a reputable source willappreciate this pregnancy guide from the celebrated Mayo Clinic. week by week accounts of thebabys development, entries on how pregnancy can be affected by dozens of previous healthconditions (such as HIV and diabetes), self-care tips for side effects like nausea and back pain,sidebars that explain the difference between identical and fraternal twins, etc. charts that indicatehow to handle "troublesome signs and symptoms" during each three-week period. Another stellarfeature is the books even-handed series of "decision guides," which help parents make thosehard (and even guilt-inducing) choices about breastfeeding, circumcision and whether or not to goback to work.Your Pregnancy Bible by Dr Anne DeansThis pregnancy book gives practical and reassuring advice during pregnancy. Written by a team ofspecialists, filled with everything parents need to know about the optimum environment for adeveloping baby and safeguarding the mother. The book contains special fold-out sections oneach of the trimesters and the birth process, week-by-week images of the developing baby,sympathetically illustrated chapters dealing with all aspects of pre-natal care, labor preparation,delivery experiences and care of the newborn, as well as comprehensive reference sections onmedical treatments and procedures in both pregnancy and the post-natal period.Conception, Pregnancy and Birth by Dr Miriam StoppardA comprehensive pregnancy guide to everything from conception to birth. Widely accepted as thedefinitive guide to pregnancy and childbirth. Stunning photography and information covers thelatest developments in pregnancy and birth, from up-to-date research on how your stress levelscan affect your unborn baby to developments in delivering your baby. Miriam Stoppard, MD is oneof todays most popular medical personalities and has published over 40 titles.Feeding the Bump by Lisa NealA pregnancy book that clearly outlines pregnancy nutrition. Divided chronologically into pre-conception, first, second and third trimesters and postpartum/breast-feeding. Provides women withall the information they need about their own and their unborn childs nutritional requirements andthe best way to fulfill them. Tried and true remedies for common complaints such as morningsickness and heartburn, along with more than 100 easy-to-follow and absolutely delicious recipes.
  3. 3. This is a must-have resource for all women wanting to maximize their unborn childs health, andtheir own, through what they eat.Belly Laughs: The Naked Truth about Pregnancy and Childbirth by Jenny McCarthyMcCarthy applies her in-your-face manner and blue humor to the subject of pregnancy andchildbirth in this little piece of fun. She recounts her journey to motherhood with utter abandon;discussing topics that those other books tend to treat too gently, such as enemas, pubic hairgrowth, and sex in the ninth month. Women who find these topics too embarrassing to bring upnow have a place to read about them in a frank and open discussion. Like a gossipy girlfriend,McCarthy brings you in and makes you laugh; theres a certain comfort in knowing that even a sexsymbol gets stretch marks and balloons to 200 pounds during pregnancy.Bonding with Your Bump by Dr Miriam StoppardA guide-book about falling in love with your baby before birth. Presents advice and guidance onhow to fall in love with your baby before birth. Building that special relationship with your babystarts before birth. Forming a close, early bond can make a real difference to your babyswellbeing, your feelings as a parent and in creating a loving environment for when baby arrives.up-to-the-minute research with enlightened and compassionate wisdom explains why mother-babybonding is so vital. Learn to understand and cherish your unborn baby. This book guides youthrough this extraordinary time: from hearing your babys heartbeat for the first time, to the firstmagical days post birth.The Pregnancy Bible: Your Complete Guide to Pregnancy and Early Parenthood Editors: JoanneStone MD, Keith Eddleman MDThe Pregnancy Bible covers the complete sequence of fetal development in utero week by week.Full color photography with many life-size photos which are reproduced from state-of-the-artultrasound images. Written in an easy-to-understand style that will especially appeal to first-timeparents.With 300,000 copies sold, it is the most attractive and complete guide to this importantevent in parents lives. Includes authoritative information about the latest developments affectingthe well-being of an expectant mother and her baby. Specifically, these include:New CDC recommendations about mercury and fishUpdate on nuchal translucency screeningUpdate on screening for genetic disordersUpdated information about loss rates after amniocentesisNew information about 3D/4D ultrasoundRecent trends in cesarean delivery "on demand"Update on Downs syndrome screening.The Natural Way to a Better Pregnancy by Naish & RobertsAn easy-to-follow pregnancy guide to pre-conception health. Did you know that the food you eat,the environment you live in and the lifestyle you lead in the months before you conceive a child
  4. 4. can have a profound effect on the wellbeing of your baby? Preconception health care, as outlinedin this book, can prevent miscarriage, premature and stillbirths, congenital abnormalities and has abetter than 80 per cent success rate in the treatment of infertility. Did you know that by following itssimple principles, you can actively help ensure your baby will be content and alert, wont sufferfrom colic, feeding problems or other common ailments, and will be less likely to suffer fromallergies, asthma or behavioral problems? Complete, easy-to-follow guide to preconception healthfor BOTH prospective parents. Written by a Naturopath, herbalist, hypnotherapist and bestsellingauthor who runs Australias only clinic dedicated to helping people conceive happy, healthy babiesnaturally.The Complete Book of Pregnancy and Childbirth by Sheila KitzingerOne of the most celebrated British authors on the sociological and anthropological aspects of birth,breast feeding, and early parenthood. This book guides readers seeking a woman-centered birthexperience through the newly researched alternatives now available. five major sections: EarlyWeeks, Physical and Emotional Changes, Anticipating the Birth, the Experience of Birth, and Youand Your Newborn, Candid information about what mothers need to know, ranging from ways tonavigate the technical landscape of hospital births to making the personal choices of a water homebirth. Encourages readers to construct a birth plan, make their own space, and choose an effectivebirth companion. With revised appendices and 300 updated photographs, drawings, anddiagrams, this guide is a valuable resource for all.The Working Womans Pregnancy Book by Marjorie GreenfieldDr. Marjorie Greenfield draws from her experiences as an obstetrician and working mom and frommore than a hundred interviews with mothers ranging from factory workers to high-poweredattorneys, to create a unique resource for working women. This up-to-date guide addresses all thesubjects you would expect to find in an authoritative book on pregnancy plus issues of specialconcern to the 60 to 80 percent of women who hold jobs during their pregnancies:Is my workplace safe for my developing baby?When should I tell my employer that I am expecting?How can I handle the discomforts of pregnancy when I need to work?What laws will protect me when I take medical leave?The 100 Healthiest Foods to Eat During Pregnancy: The Surprising Unbiased Truth about FoodsYou Should be Eating During Pregnancy but Probably Arent by Jonny Bowden PH.D. C.N.S.,Allison Tannis MSEat the best foods for your babys development! Nutrition is never more critical than duringpregnancy. What you choose to put on your plate affects you and your babys health not just inutero but for years to come. Backed up by the latest nutritional research, this guide debunkspregnancy food myths and uncovers a number of surprising food choices that are superfoods forexpectant mothers. This one-of-a-kind nutrition reference guide is also packed with helpful quick-reference charts and sidebars, highlighting healthy (but no less delicious!) substitutes forcommonly craved foods like ice cream and potato chips. Youll also discover the most up-to-date
  5. 5. research regarding pregnancy dilemmas, such as how to get more omega-3s from fish in your dietwhile avoiding mercury. Its pregnancy nutrition made easy!Babycare Before Birth by Zita WestA pregnancy book that shares the wisdom of a fertility expert and midwife. Bringing togetherfascinating new research that shows during pregnancy a woman can make a dramatic differenceto her unborn babys health, well-being, development, and all-round future potential by makingsmall adjustments to her diet and lifestyle, this amazing book explains how to give your baby thebest possible start in life.What to Expect: Eating Well When Youre Expecting by Heidi MurkoffProvides moms-to-be with a realistic approach to navigating healthily and deliciously through thenine months of pregnancy-at home, in the office, over the holidays, in restaurants. Thoroughchapters are devoted to nutrition, weight gain, food safety, the postpartum diet, and how to eatwhen trying to conceive again. 150 contemporary, tasty, and healthy recipes that feed mom andbaby well, take little time to prepare, and are gentle on queasy tummies. Comes with a light,reader-friendly tone while delivering the most up-to-date information.What to Expect Before Youre Expecting by Heidi MurkoffIn the same fresh, contemporary voice that has made the 4th edition of What to Expect WhenYoure Expecting so successful, Murkoff explains the whys and wherefores of getting your bodyready for pregnancy, including pregnancy prep for both moms and dads to be. Filled withinformation on exercise, diet, pinpointing ovulation, lifestyle, workplace, and insurance changesyoull want to consider, and how to keep your relationship strong when youre focused on babymaking all the time. There are tips for older couples; when to look for help from a fertility specialist--including the latest on fertility drugs and procedures--plus a complete fertility planner.Eating for Pregnancy: The Essential Nutrition Guide and Cookbook for Todays Mothers-to-Be byCatherine Jones, Rose Ann HudsonA volume that combines both recipes and nutritional advice aimed specifically at the mother-to-be.Balancing optimum and unnecessary weight gain with the required dietary needs for a healthylifestyle. Addresses the requirements of diabetic, vegetarian and vegan diets. A chapter isdedicated to the vegetarian diet. Each section contains recommended pantry items for the recipes.Makes full use of convenience and semi-prepared ingredients to provide simple yet flavorfuldishes. Advice on vitamins, health hazards and goals. Each recipe is preceded with the nutritionalgoal for baby and mother-to-be and followed by tips for cooking, storage, health, special diets aswell as complete meal ideas, variations and the approximate nutritional content.The Natural Pregnancy Book: Herbs, Nutrition, & Other Holistic Choices by Aviva Jill Romm M.D.Reading this book is like having your own personal herbalist and midwife at your side. One of thefirst books to explore botanical medicine and pregnancy. Follows the womans journey fromconception to birth, focusing on natural health. Describes herbs that can promote and maintain ahealthy pregnancy (along with those you should avoid during your term) and the basics of a
  6. 6. healthy diet, with an emphasis on natural foods. Complete guide for the woman who envisions asafe pregnancy without technological intervention, as nature intended.Donna Thomas is a mother of 3 and grandmother of 2. She is a coordinator for a Early ElementaryLiteracy Program and has worked in the public schools over 20 years. Check out my blog at for more information on pregnancy books.Article Source: ====For more info, you can visit at the below mentioned link ====