If a woman does not reset excessive pounds, collected during pregnancy, and smooths even more during the year after childbirth, then she automatically falls into a group at an increased risk of developing heart disease and diabetes. According to Health India, this conclusion was made by officers at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dr. Ravi Retnakaran traced 305 women, starting with their pregnancy, and then for 12 months after delivery. Approximately 225 women lost a part of the pounds in a year. They recorded normal cholesterol, blood pressure. But one quarter of women gained weight in the first year.
And in this group, the risk factor for diabetes and cardiovascular disease has clearly increased. It turns out that if a woman is not able to lose weight, then high pressure, cholesterol and abnormal concentration of insulin are provided to her.
It is noteworthy: an alarming situation, recorded 12 months after childbirth, is not relevant in 3 months after childbirth. In general, there is a "window" in 9-12 months after childbirth. During this time a woman should lose weight.