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how to gain energy during 1st Trimester

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3 years ago
I'm about 10 weeks along and I am just so darn tired. I work a 9 to 5 and am a mother to a son who will be 20 months tomorrow. I also have a wonderful fiance who I have been too tired to keep happy (if you know what I mean). I walk for 30 minutes a day during my lunch break and I'm still tired. I need an energy boost that doesn't involve a long work out because between potty training, working, cooking, cleaning, etc...mama is a busy woman!

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3 years ago
Well this might not help but you need more sleep when pregnant, instead of looking for ways to boost your energy have a nap when you need one :)
3 years ago
I dont have other children and am currently in my second trimester, but I know when I was in my first the only thing that would seem to wake me up was Orange Juice, I dont know why but it worked wonderfully. Maybe the calcium? Who knows, its the only thing I found to help, I hope it helps you a little too.
3 years ago
Granola Bars help me to get that extra boost and yes try to take a nap , even if only 10 minutes, I know it is hard when you are so busy. Good news is you will get your energy back in 2nd trimester.
3 years ago
Granola Bars help me to get that extra boost and yes try to take a nap , even if only 10 minutes, I know it is hard when you are so busy. Good news is you will get your energy back in 2nd trimester.
3 years ago
Granola Bars help me to get that extra boost and yes try to take a nap , even if only 10 minutes, I know it is hard when you are so busy. Good news is you will get your energy back in 2nd trimester.

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