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Wednesday 15th April at 8pm AEST.
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-how to prioritise
-why multi-tasking sucks
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Are you a busy working mum? Maybe you go out to work, or run your own business. Time-poor with a million things on your plate, constantly being pulled in different directions.
You often reach the end of the day exhausted, having only done half the things you had planned to.
You feel stressed and disorganised, like your life is chaotic and out of control.
Always a step behind where you should be.
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Imagine if you felt organised, in control, with a real plan in place to keep everything on track in your life.
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18th November 2014 at 8pm AEDST.
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There are both risks of pregnancy after 35 and benefits of postponing motherhood to this age. Women often get perturbed when doctors refer to pregnancy over 35 years of age as advanced maternal age. Rather than getting perturbed women should attempt to understand the underlying risks of conceiving late. Needless to say doctors are the best to judge a woman’s physical health and monitor pregnancy to prevent and treat complications.
What are some of the problems and risks associated with pregnancy after 35 years of age?
Infertility is more common in women as they age. As we age, our fertility naturally declines. Women who postpone their decision to have a baby often are surprised when they are unable to conceive immediately. This adds to their worry and anxiety. Instead of getting anxious it is best to consult a doctor if a woman is unable to conceive even after six months of trying.
b) Diabetes and blood pressure
Chances of suffering from certain health conditions like diabetes and high blood pressure significantly increase with age. Such conditions often begin to affect women after the age of 30. Getting pregnant with these health conditions poses a number of risks.
c) Birth defects
Incidence of certain chromosomal birth defects is more common in older mothers. To quote an example a 20 years old woman has a 1 in 1250 chance of having a baby with Down’s syndrome. This probability increases to 1 in 400 for a women aged 35 and 1 in 100 for a woman of 40 years of age.
d) Miscarriage and stillbirth
Miscarriage and stillbirths are common in older women compared to young ones.
e) Complications during pregnancy
Complications happen more often in older women. Two of the most common and serious complications are gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia. Pre-eclampsia is also referred to as pregnancy induced hypertension. These conditions are normally monitored very closely by doctors to keep it under check.
As the age of the mother increases Cesarean rates too tend to rise. Statistically around 28% of women over the age of 35 undergo Cesarean as compared to only 10% of women under the age of 25.
Although there are increased risks of pregnancy after 35 years of age, most babies born to older mothers are normally healthy. After taking into consideration the age and physical condition of the mother, doctors monitor their health and suggest additional testing, wherever required. It is indeed possible to have a baby after 35 normally all that you need to do is to get regular prenatal care, eat a healthy diet and most importantly enjoy your pregnancy.
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One of the best things about being over 40 is we feel we are a little smarter than we were at 20. Okay, I feel a whole lot smarter! I did not get to be over 40 and not learn anything. Sometimes I admit it took me a couple kicks at the can to really learn what I needed but learn it I did.
One of the areas I’m talking about is weight loss. It took me more than a couple turns at that can to know what worked best for me. More than likely you feel the same way. Like me you have discovered that while we feel we are smarter than we were years ago our body is proving to us just how much we don’t know yet! Yes, we are aging. Not that that’s a bad thing but as we age our body starts to slow down and prepares itself for menopause. Our estrogen is not being produced in the same amount it was when we younger causing our metabolism to slow down.
This means we have to work a bit harder than our “20 something” bodies did. Nobody ever said getting older would be easier but I would have thought that just getting to this age should have given us an excuse for some easy sailing! Oh well, if we were afraid of a bit of work we would have not lived through puberty, never gotten married or lived with someone and for sure NEVER would have had children!
Here are 4 weight loss tips I found to help me get my body to work with me not against.
1. EAT LESS CALORIES- as we have gotten older our body requires less calories. In order to lose weight we must burn more calories than we take in. Keep track how much you are eating in a day and add it up. Try to do this for 3 or 4 days. Eat what you would normally, don’t make any changes yet. After the 4 days you should have a gauge of how much you are taking in daily. Minus the total for the day by about 500 calories and try that.
2. EAT MORE OFTEN- you need to feed your body more often during the day than we have been. Instead of eating our calories in 3 meals during the day spread them out into 5-6 meals. This prevents overeating and binging.
3. DON’T SKIP MEALS- you must eat breakfast to kick start your metabolism. Like a car your body needs fuel to work correctly. Hint: you actually burn calories just by digesting your food!
4. GET YOUR BODY MOVING- the best thing to improving your health, losing weight and feeling better is to get moving. This boosts our energy levels and makes us feel younger! I’m all for feeling younger! Start off slow by doing 15 minutes of activity 3 times a week and work up to 45 minutes of activity 4 to 5 times a week. You will be surprised at how good you will start to feel!
I hope this has helped you and given you some inspiration on your weight loss after 40 journey.
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