Go to the bed, stand with her back, so that your feet touch her frame. In order to maintain balance, lower your arms down and move them back slightly.
Bend your knees and sit down.
Sitting on the bed, first get down on your side. To do this, put your hand to the side, lean on your elbow, and then put your torso and head on the bed.
Lying on your side, one by one, put your feet on the bed.
Now you can be sure that your spine is safe. Under the action of hormones, the ligaments between its vertebrae in the body of future mothers soften, and after them the shape of the spine changes, and the connections between the vertebrae become more mobile.
If we move wrong, there is a risk that they will shift.
Whatever position you choose (lying on your side, face up or up, but not on your back, so as not to interfere with the movement of blood), put pillows under your head and neck, knees, stomach and, if you like, lower back. In this position, you will be easier to relax.
To keep your hands and feet less numb, and your joints relaxed, bend your elbows and knees 90 °.
Lying on your side, place a cushion under your waist and abdomen so that your spine will not “sag”.
Turning over, first stretch the arm up near the head, as if you are covering it with a petal, and then slide across the back to the other side. Then your spine will be protected from the displacement of the vertebrae.
Turn over often so that the supine position is as relaxed as possible and the blood moves more freely from the legs to the heart.
If you are uncomfortable to lie down and your hands or feet become numb, put folded pillows under your chest, stomach and head so that your body is parallel to the bed. Arms, shoulders relax, let them hang down.
Bend your knees, spread them apart, place a pillow under your buttocks and lower your buttocks between your feet. After resting in this position, change it to the usual.
For lower back pain, place a blanket under the sacrum, so that the pelvis is higher than the chest. Lie on your back, relaxing your arms and spreading them apart, bend your knees slightly.
Lie down until the pain subsides, and return to a comfortable position for you.