By Cassie Shortsleeve, Nov 25, 2020

Also worth noting: If you’re pregnant, you have a whole new center of gravity due to your expanded tummy and spinal curvature, notes Dr. Gaither. Moving around throughout the nine months of pregnancy, your body might get used to this or it might find ways to compensate for the changes. Postpartum, your body slowly starts to return to its pre-pregnancy state and with that, everything from your gait and your center of gravity to the hormones running through your body change. Going slow and allowing yourself to adjust to your new body no matter what stage you’re at is important.

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