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Losing Baby Weight with Postpartum Support Belt

By Edited May 14, 2015 1 1

Losing Baby Weight with Postpartum Support Belt

Having children is great news for many families. For most women, it is not only a great news, having children can have its ups and downs. You have watched how your beautiful body takes a new shape and you get bigger with every passing week until the birth of your baby. That is nine months of stretching your skin. Your pregnancy belly looks great and round but your or postpartum belly is a different story. Most women suffer from what is now as postpartum baby weight or postpartum saggy belly.

How many women will love to get back to the shape they were before pregnancy? If you are a female celebrity, you know that postpartum saggy belly or postpartum baby weigh is not an option as your means of livelihood depends on looking good. It has become a craze for female celebrity to workout in order to reduce their post pregnancy belly. Not many women can afford the luxury of a personal trainer in order to shift their postpartum baby weight. Apart from hiring a personal trainer to help with your postpartum baby weight, you need a certain level of determination to stick to the strict exercise routine. If you are not a celebrity whose life depends on getting rid of post pregnancy baby weight, you might want to consider buying a postpartum support belt.

The idea of a postpartum support belt is twofold. You get to slowly shape your body back into what it was before your pregnancy. The other advantage is giving you an instant visual appeal.

There are different types of postpartum support belt on offer. You have the full hips postpartum support belt like the Total Compression Mid-Thigh body Shaper by Vedette. This postpartum support belt can be purchased at Amazon for a little over $20. The great thing about this full body total compression postpartum support belt is that it will instantly help you look great and you will feel immediately slimmer. Another thing to consider when buying a full body postpartum support belt is how easy it is to use the toilet when wearing your support belt. The postpartum shaper by Vedette comes with an opening in the crutch for easy access. This can be a life saver when you are dying to use the toilet.

Another option in the postpartum support belt is the Medela postpartum support girdle. This support girdle is firmly wrapped around the lower waist and hips. It is said to help ease the discomfort of those who had C-section. Shifting baby weight is not a reason to be careless with your health if you have had a c-section. This postpartum support belt will help reduce the sagginess of post pregnancy baby weight. It can be bought at OneStepAhead.com for $25. You need to be aware that most retailers will refuse to refund any postpartum support belt you by due to health reasons. You need to make sure you are buying the correct size for your body size.

Wearing a postpartum support belt is great and will provide help to many women. On the other hand most female celebrities don't rely on postpartum support belt. You might wonder why that is the case. Well, if you are not willing to take the time to eat a balanced diet, you will probably not shift that much weight and you will only be hiding your saggy belly under the postpartum support belt. You need an action plan after pregnancy if you really want to shift that baby weight. You need to get help with you baby; get enough sleep; eat wel; avoid fatty food; and most important, get regular exercise. As difficult as this might seem, if you are disciplined enough you can succeed in losing your post pregnancy baby weight. Buying a postpartum support belt is an addition to the arsenal of your fight against post pregnancy baby fat.

Some women might find it hard to avoid the feeling of guilt after having their baby. It is alright to delegate some of your task to your husband when you plan to lose your postpartum baby weight. If you are not getting enough sleep, you will be more open to stress. Stress can then lead to unbalanced eating habit. This in turn will making choosing and buying a postpartum support belt meaningless.

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Oct 8, 2010 12:30pm
Deborah-Diane
Very interesting information. I had never heard of using a postpartum support belt to lose weight after having a baby. I'll pass this information on to my daughters.
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