Postpartum weight retention (PPWR) contributes significantly to the development of overweight and obesity in women of childbearing age. Stress may be a key mechanism preventing mothers from losing weight in the year following delivery.
According to a new study, a consistent weight gain after pregnancy can be the result of one's lifestyle decisions, which include eating your child's leftovers and spending more time doing sedentary activities with children, such as reading or watching movies.
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During childbirth, most women lose about 13 pounds (5.9 kilogrammes), which includes the weight of the baby, placenta, and amniotic fluid. You will lose weight during the first week after delivery as you shed retained fluids, but the fat stored during pregnancy will not disappear on its own.
A healthy diet combined with regular exercise is the most effective way to lose weight. Exercise will assist you in losing fat rather than muscle. When you're ready to start losing weight, eat less and move more every day. It may be tempting to force yourself into a strict routine in order to lose weight quickly.