Prenatal and Postpartum Scenario
(indent) This memo will address the basic activities that women should consider when pregnant and post pregnancy. In order to (from Write Point: [Writing suggestion--the meaning will be the same (and less wordy) by removing "in order"]) promote a healthy lifestyle and a babyâ€™s healthy development, a mother must create a healthy environment for her child. Prenatal Women
Daily Activity List
Regular doctor visits (beginning between 6-8) (from Write Point: [Write out numbers under 10]) â€¢
Eat a balanced diet
Exercise for a minimum of 30 minutes everyday (from Write Point: [Check spelling: "everyday" is an adjective meaning common or ordinary (This is an everyday sweatshirt); "every day" means "each day"]) â€¢
Get the recommended sleep
Where is the citation for the information found in this list? Without a citation, a reader does not know from where the information originated and cannot find the resource to verify the information. Explanation
first doctorâ€™s appointment should be between weeks six and eight. The doctor will run blood test and will prescribe prenatal vitamins. Taking these prenatal vitamins will help your babyâ€™s brain and spinal cord develop. Regular doctor visits can prevent diabetes, preeclampsia, anemia, and other infectious diseases. Preventing these diseases is very (informal) important to encourage healthy prenatal development. Eating a balanced diet will provide your child with the necessary nutrients while getting adequate sleep can prevent the mother from additional stress. Exercise will help a woman prepare her body for delivery. Stretching, moderate cardiovascular, and moderate strength exercise will promote healthy muscles and joints. According to the directions, you were to make sure that your explanation is based on developmental theory. Unfortunately, I see nothing about a developmental theory in this section.
Daily Activity List
References: Berger, K. (2010). Invitation to the Life Span. Retrieved from http://www.phoenix.edu.
Family Doctor. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.familydoctor.org
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