Many women want a natural birth – or at least as natural as possible. But what you might consider a ‘natural’ birth might be very different to what your doctor, friend or sister might consider a natural birth. Here are some key points you might want to consider.
There is A LOT of confusing information out there about what you can, can’t, should and shouldn’t do when returning to exercise after having a baby. We learn about five of the most common mistakes new mums make when returning to exercise post-birth.
choosing the right birth photographer is so important. Finding someone who can be a part of your special moment, and almost feel like they’re part of the family.
Omega 3 is one of the most important nutrients that we should be focusing on during pregnancy. Omega 3 is essential for the development of your baby’s eyes and brain, and a lack of omega 3 is believed to increase the risk of post-natal depression.
While probiotics have become popular in recent years, it’s not yet easy to define what they are or what exactly they do. To help, Life-Space has answered some of your most common questions.
Abdominal Muscle Separation, or Diastasis, is a normal part of being pregnant. In this article we bust some myths about diastasis and how to help muscle recovery after birth.