Is It True That After Giving Birth You Can’t Take A Nap Because The White Blood Will Increase?
I’m right, if after giving birth, I can’t take a nap, it says that it can make white blood rise and the effect on vision becomes unclear.
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The things you mentioned are all just myths. Sleeping in the morning or taking a nap will not cause white blood cells to rise, vision problems, or other side effects. Mothers who have just given birth are advised to sleep whenever the mother can sleep (adjusting to the child's sleep time), because mothers who take care of their own babies will be very, very sleep deprived (must breastfeed the child every 2-3 hours even at night though). Imagine that an adult must get to sleep at least 7-9 hours a day. Mothers who have just given birth will not be able to meet this amount of sleep if not allowed to sleep in the morning and afternoon too. Sleep deprivation has many negative effects on health, including can cause fatigue, impaired concentration and memory, decreased endurance, disrupt mood and cause depression, and increase the risk of serious diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, etc.
It is better not to over-regulate sleep time or food that may or may not be eaten by new mothers. Mothers who have just given birth can go to sleep at any time the mother can sleep, and can eat whatever they want to eat (the prohibition of eating during pregnancy is no longer valid when giving birth). Of course alcohol consumption must still be limited, and consumption of drugs certainly still must be consulted by a doctor first.
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