How to reconcile pregnancy and work?

How to reconcile pregnancy and work?

The pregnancy is a time of change. Because being pregnant doesn't necessarily mean you have to stop working, many expectant mothers choose to continue working during this time. It is still necessary to keep some precautions so that your pregnancy at work takes place in the best possible conditions!

 

1. Take regular breaks

Pregnancy can be a source of fatigue. Moreover, the future mothers are many to undergo nocturnal insomnia. Therefore, it is important that you take time off when you are at work. For example, you can take a 5-10 minute break every 2 hours to relax and unwind so that you are less tired.

 

2. Adopt the correct posture

Depending on your industry and your position, it is even more important when you are pregnant adopt the right posture to avoid back pain or leg pain ...

If you are sitting all day, you can adjust your workstation on your own. Place a cushion in your back to relieve it and install a small step under your legs to raise them and avoid the syndrome of heavy legs.

If you have a position that requires standing, during your breaks, remember to sit down and elevate your legs to avoid all pain !

 

3. Provide comfortable clothing

Pregnancy is a time to take care of yourself. No more tight shirts and uncomfortable jeans… Adopt comfortable clothes for your 9 months of pregnancy!

We suggest you adopt our elegant maternity striped sweater Made in France. You will love this maternity top that will accompany you at work, afterwork or on weekends, during and after pregnancy. Its fabric in organic cotton brings softness and elasticity to the striped sweater!

 

4. Prepare for departure and return from leaves maternity

In order to leave with a light head in leaves maternity, remember to prepare for your absence as soon as possible. You will be able to warn your colleagues and clients of this happy event.

When baby is finally here, businesses and coworkers generally appreciate having a little visit from the new mom and her baby! Think about it!