le views-view-fields.tpl.php * Default simple view template to all the fields as a row. * * - $view: The view in use. * - $fields: an array of $field objects. Each one contains: * - $field->content: The output of the field. * - $field->raw: The raw data for the field, if it exists. This is NOT output safe. * - $field->class: The safe class id to use. * - $field->handler: The Views field handler object controlling this field. Do not use * var_export to dump this object, as it can't handle the recursion. * - $field->inline: Whether or not the field should be inline. * - $field->inline_html: either div or span based on the above flag. * - $field->wrapper_prefix: A complete wrapper containing the inline_html to use. * - $field->wrapper_suffix: The closing tag for the wrapper. * - $field->separator: an optional separator that may appear before a field. * - $field->label: The wrap label text to use. * - $field->label_html: The full HTML of the label to use including * configured element type. * - $row: The raw result object from the query, with all data it fetched. * * @ingroup views_templates */ ?>
|Understanding The Changes In Your Body Is Important When You Are Pregnant|
Having a baby is a wonderful experience. The joy of having a new life inside of you and the anticipation of what your child will be like. There are a lot of ups and downs that go along with it too though. This article has some advice on how to get the most out of your pregnancy. Write down all of your food choices into a food diary. Having a log of all of the food you have eaten will allow you to make sure that you are meeting all of your nutritional requirements. It will also be useful for taking to your doctor's appointments for review as well. A tip quite often given to pregnant women is to avoid heavy lifting. This is a tip that ought to be taken quite seriously. Anything can happen to the baby in the womb, and it is important not to do anything that might put the mother, or the child, in a dangerous situation. Make sure to get enough magnesium in your diet when you are pregnant. A lack of magnesium can raise your blood pressure and increase the chance that you may experience a seizure. There are several foods that contain magnesium, including whole grains, green leafy vegetables and nuts. Magnesium can also help with the leg cramps and constipation that many pregnant women experience. Back pain in pregnancy is common but there are many things that can be done to bring relief. Exercises for the back include gently twisting the spine while sitting in a chair, and slowly arching your back up and down while on your hands and knees. Make sure you are getting plenty of vitamins and minerals to support the new demands on your body. The most important thing to do during pregnancy is to look after yourself. If your body says it is tired, then sleep if you can. There is no point trying to maintain high standards of home tidiness if you are going to be exhausted for nine months and not enjoying the pregnancy. Remember to give yourself a break and take as much time out for yourself as needed. Although it can be fun, when decorating your baby's nursery avoid painting or putting up wallpaper while you are pregnant to avoid the harmful fumes. Have your partner or some friends to take care of those jobs, and stay out of the room until the paint or wallpaper glue dries and the room is fume-free. Increase your intake of cereals, asparagus, lentils, oranges and orange juice. These foods are all rich in folic acid, which helps the development of the baby's neural cord and creates red blood cells for your unborn child. It is ideal to begin consuming these foods even before you start trying to conceive. To get a better night's rest while pregnant, there are a few steps you can take. Limit your intake of fluids in the evening to minimize nighttime bathroom visits. Nap early in the day so as not to disrupt your night sleeping. Keep crackers next to your bed in case you feel wake up feeling nauseous in the middle of the night. When comparing your pregnancy to those of your friends or even your own previous pregnancies, remember that each one is different. Each pregnancy can vary from the amount of weight you gain to the rate at which your belly grows. Also, the presence or absence of certain symptoms does not necessarily mean that something is wrong. If you are pregnant, it may be wise to experience another delivery before your baby is born. By watching another delivery, you will have a better idea of what to expect when you go into labor. You should also have your partner watch the delivery so that he is emotionally prepared. Write a birth plan before your birth. A birth plan will allow you to express your wishes in writing. Sometimes during birth you may not be able to verbalize your wishes, but your birth plan can help you to be sure that they are followed. Your birth plan should be made available to your physician and all hospital staff. Take some precautions when traveling by plane. The second trimester is often noted as the best time to fly, because you are not experiencing morning sickness as often, and there is less risk of miscarriage. Always speak to your doctor first and make sure to drink a lot of water on the plane to stay hydrated. Get up and walk frequently to help avoid blood clots. If you are one of the unfortunate ones that suffer from heartburn while pregnant, there are over-the-counter remedies that you can take. Most of these will contain magnesium or calcium, and should ease your discomfort. As with any medicine you take during pregnancy, discuss this with your health care provider. Make sure to get enough folic acid during your pregnancy. Folic acid is a major component to reducing the risk of neural defects like spina bifida. Lots of foods have been fortified with folic acid so keep an eye out for those on your shopping trips. Also make sure that your prenatal vitamins include folic acid. If you are trying to get pregnant, make sure that you take the time to learn your own personal cycles. The more you know the better chance you will have of becoming pregnant. Do your best to determine when you ovulate and when you conceived. This type of information helps to make for a more accurate due date. As soon as you find out you are pregnant, make sure you get a book on pregnancy. You can either purchase one or borrow one from the library. You are bound to have lots of questions, and this resource can provide many answers for you. Some of the best books are the ones that include pictures and descriptions of a baby as it grows over time. Following that timeline, you can get an idea of what stage of development your baby is at each week. Taking care of yourself means taking care of your baby. There are so many things to consider, do and avoid while you are pregnant. The tips and advice presented here are meant to help you make this pregnancy one you will remember fondly as your child grows older.