Is it ‘normal’ to feel exhausted in pregnancy?
Is it ‘normal’ to feel spent, like you can’t go on.
It might be common. But I don’t think that means it’s right.
Needing to rest more. Knowing your limits and putting your feet up when your body is calling for it. Especially towards the end of pregnancy, this feels like a nourishing way to go through your pregnancy.
But real exhaustion and fatigue. Maybe there is something that can be done.
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We have so many remedies as homeopaths that could help here. The way you would see the best results is to visit a homeopath and let them assess the bigger picture.
Some of the common remedies can help in an acute situation where you match the remedy well. I’ll pop some of those key symptoms below.
Sudden onset of symptoms.
Overwhelmed, run down feeling.
Indifferent to things that usually bring you joy (children, partner, etc).
Nervous and irritable.
Legs feel weak.
All symptoms are worse in morning.
Impatient, irritable, depressed, and restless feelings.
Aversion to work, feeling lazy.
Desire for alcohol.
Worse for hunger, heat, and in the afternoon.
Extreme, sudden onset.
Cold hands and feet.
Feeling worse after a bowel movement and from the cold.
Feeling faint and wanting to lie down.
Worse for any exertion, even very slight, or talking.
Feeling of being worn out.
Sensitive to the cold.
Heavy feeling in the limbs, and weak legs.
Remember to give yourself what you need. You are important, as is your baby. So where you can, ask and listen.
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