That’s a question
After giving birth, the new mother looks at every part of her body with a magnifying glass, and the same is true when others look at her. The difference between “Wow, you must not look like someone who has had a baby” and “have you just had a baby” lies in the kind of thighs you have with your new mother.
Although the standard postpartum configuration is generally big and thick legs, but in this age of thigh beauty, new mothers hope you can become a part of the beautiful legs.
▎ why does thigh grow stronger and stronger?
I love to cross my legs too much
A lot of new mothers often do this little habit, right?
When a new mother keeps her legs crossed for a long time, the circulation of blood and lymph in the legs will be hindered, and the lower body will be swollen. If the duration has not been reduced, the veins in the legs will gradually protrude and the circulation of the lower body will be affected, resulting in fat accumulation and muscle stiffness in the legs.
Long sitting time
After giving birth, it’s easy for the new mother to borrow the name of recovery to be lazy and sit on the chair or bed all day. For a long time, it’s hard to say that the lower body doesn’t get fat.
When you are sedentary, your groin will be oppressed. The groin is the place where the abdomen connects to the legs and is located on both sides of the genitalia on the inside of the thigh. This area has very important external iliac artery, external iliac vein and femoral nerve pass through, when it is compressed, it will lead to blood flow and lymphatic circulation system retention. For a long time, the lower body is prone to edema, fat and water will also accumulate, thus forming orange peel tissue.
Excessive calcium loss after delivery
When a new mother sucks for her baby, her calcium will decrease with the outflow of milk. The greater the amount of milk secretion, the greater the demand for calcium. Still have, but before the new mother menstruation does not return tide, bone renewal calcium ability will be poorer. Therefore, the output is far greater than the output, if the new mother does not pay attention to supplement, calcium is easily lost.
And whether the calcium can be well absorbed by the body is also related to the leg circulation. When a large amount of calcium is lost after childbirth, it is also sedentary, which aggravates the loss of calcium and osteoporosis, so that the leg circulation also enters a slow state.