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Yoga in pregnancy: Many poses are safer than once thought

Yoga can help relieve symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress, all of which are common during pregnancy. A new study shows that many yoga poses are safe for mothers-to-be and their babies. However, pregnant women should take certain precautions when doing yoga — for example, avoiding heated yoga classes and being careful not to over-stretch. It's also important for pregnant women to check with their doctors to be sure there are no underlying health concerns before starting yoga.

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Published By: Harvard Mental Health Blog - Tuesday, 29 December, 2015

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