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5 Gadgets That Will Make Your Pregnancy Easier

Pregnancy is a beautiful thing and yet scary at the same time. A pregnant woman is blessed, but can sometimes get stressed, too with all the things happening within her body. Pregnancy is a phase in a woman’s life wherein a miracle is growing inside of you, and you should have the patience to wait for it for nine months. It is a great time to be pregnant these days, what with all the technology that can assist an expecting mom. Check out the 5 gadgets which can help a mom-to-be to have a more comfortable pregnancy.

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BellyBuds, Baby-Bump Headphones

EmeTerm Motion Sickness Wristband

Mosabo Washable Heated Throw Blanket with Fast Heating Technology

Kicktrak Baby Kick Monitoring System by Unisar

Contec SLB-BLUE Sonoline B Prenatal Heart Listener/Detector

 

1. Bellybuds

Babies who had the opportunity to listen to music when they are still in the womb are fortunate ones. It is known that babies who listen to classical music when still inside their mother’s womb tend to be calmer growing up. Using Bellybuds not only relaxes the baby but the pregnant mother as well.

BellyBuds, Baby-Bump Headphones

Give some relaxing time to you and your baby with the bellybuds headphones. It features an audio splitter with which you can safely play music and share with your unborn simultaneously. The headphones are made of SafeBond medical-grade adhesives that are safe to your skin and stick easily without leaving any residue. The limiter switcher allows you to control the sound level for your baby and interestingly these headphones are compatible from any iOS, Android or any standard audio device.

2. Bio bands

The usual problem of a pregnant woman is nausea or more popularly known as morning sickness. It would relieve you to know that there is now a gadget for expecting moms which can prevent morning sickness. The device works by using the concept of acupressure. You wear a thin band on your wrist, and when a small bead is pressed onto your wrist, voila, the dizziness is gone. Added to that, it poses no risk for the pregnant woman because it does not use chemicals nor has any side effects.

EmeTerm Motion Sickness Wristband

If you are one of those mommies who begin their day with nausea and morning sickness, this bioband will be a life and mood changer. EmeTerm wristband contains no gel or side effects but simply electrical simulation that gives you relief from vomiting, nausea and retching caused due to pregnancy. The wristband can treat up to five levels of nausea intensity. It comes with a rechargeable battery and includes a USB charger so you can conveniently carry it along on trips.  

3. Electric blanket

It is essential that expecting moms get enough sleep at night. Usually, pregnant women find it hard to sleep comfortably due to many factors. An electric blanket can be a lot of help to keep warm during cold nights. Although pregnant women should take extra precaution when using a heated blanket during pregnancy due to an increased risk of miscarriage, it is recommended that an electric blanket should be used only after the first 12 weeks of pregnancy to avoid the risk of miscarriage. And when an electric blanket is used, it should only be set at a low-temperature setting to be safe from overheating which is not good for the developing baby.  NOTE BE SURE TO KEEP THE LINK

Mosabo Washable Heated Throw Blanket with Fast Heating Technology

Mosabo heat throw is made up soft flannel that is cosy, comfortable and large enough to cover your plus size body. It features an automatic switch that turns off after 120 minutes, just in case you forget or fall asleep. It heats super-fast and offers three temperature settings that can be seen on the LED indicator. With the detachable controller, you can wash the flannel blanket in the machine and use it even after pregnancy.

4. Kicktrak

It is also during pregnancy when an expectant mother gets paranoid about so many things regarding the baby in the womb. Pregnant women are luckier these days when many gadgets have already been made to keep track of the baby’s development on their own. You don’t need to wait for the monthly doctor’s check-up to monitor the kicks and movements of the baby. The Kicktrack is a gadget that allows the expectant mom to count the kicks and times the movements of the baby and keeps a log, too.

Kicktrak Baby Kick Monitoring System by Unisar

To keep yourself aware of your unborn baby’s kicks and movements, get this handy Kicktrak Baby Kick Monitoring System by Unisar. It is very easy to use and comes with a carrying strap so you can count the kicks and movements while watching TV or reading a book.

5. Fetal Doppler

Another thing that pregnant moms usually long to hear often in their pregnancy journey is the baby’s heartbeat. No sound is better than hearing the little thumpity thumps in the mother’s womb. And now, there is no need to wait for the monthly doctor’s visit to listen to that sweet music. A hand-held device called the Fetal Doppler allows the expectant mom to listen to the heartbeat and read the heart rate of the baby wherever or whenever she wishes.

Contec SLB-BLUE Sonoline B Prenatal Heart Listener/Detector

Now listen to your unborn’s heartbeat anytime at home without taking an appointment with the doctor with this easy to use ultrasonic fetal Doppler. This high-performance, accurate heartbeat detector features an LCD digital display with backlight and three modes: real-time FHR display mode, averaged FHR display mode and manual mode, giving a fetal heart rate for 8 heartbeat period. It includes a headphone socket and a built-in loudspeaker for both parents to enjoy the moments.

The physical, mental and emotional discomforts that a pregnant woman experiences are sometimes hard to bear. But many gadgets can now relieve the stresses for an expectant mom and make the 9-month journey easier and lighter. With the help of these new devices and supportive people around, pregnancy is indeed a memorable and happy situation to be in.

 

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