“Pregnant Women’s Lifestyle” – Seventh Warsaw Days of Health Promotion :: MedExpress.pl

We’re past the seventh edition of the Warsaw Days of Health Promotion. This year’s conference was held under the theme: “Pregnant Lifestyle”. Health experts discuss diet, supplementation, physical activity, and mental health, but screening, chronic disease, and drug therapy are also recommended for pregnant women.

We’re past the seventh edition of the Warsaw Days of Health Promotion. This year’s conference was held under the theme: “Pregnant Lifestyle”. Health experts discuss diet, supplementation, physical activity, and mental health, but screening, chronic disease, and drug therapy are also recommended for pregnant women.

The conference was divided into two days. On the first day (12 May), three expert committees were held, attended by experts from the Medical University of Warsaw (MUW), the Academy of Physical Education and Sports in Gdansk (AWFiS), Collegium Mazovia from the Innovative University of Siedlce (CM) and the Polish Society for Safe Pharmacology (PTBF) . The event was organized by the Scientific Department of Public Health Students – Health Promotion Department, with the support of the Citizens with Health Participation Foundation. The event was opened by the Dean of the College of Health Sciences the professor. Dr. Hap. Marius Jogosky.

As confirmed the professor. Doctor Hub. Dorota Zostak Wojrik From the Department of Clinical Nutrition at Warsaw Medical University: The diet of a pregnant woman is not to eat for two. It must be balanced and supplemented with the nutrients found in dietary supplements.”

In addition to a balanced diet and appropriate supplementation, physical activity is an important component of a healthy lifestyle in pregnant women. “The recent recommendation of the World Health Organization in this regard leaves no room for doubt that physical activity during pregnancy is not associated with negative effects on either the child or the woman.” – confirmed Doctor Hub. Agnieszka Szumilewicz from AWFiS.

Lifestyle is often linked to physical health, and psychological variables are analyzed less frequently and are just as important. as she said Adriana Sobol, MA From the Department of Oncology Prevention at the Medical University of Warsaw: There are certain social expectations about the behavior of a pregnant woman. However, not many people understand how changes in a young mother’s body can affect her emotions, her mood, and therefore her behavior. ”

We must not forget the importance of counseling before pregnancy. Adequate preparation for pregnancy determines its proper course.” mentioned Dr. Mugorzata Stefaniak From the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Warsaw Medical University.

During the second session Dr.. Agnieszka Pechal From the Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology at the Medical University of Warsaw, note that “It is important to use reliable sources of information on drug safety, for example from the description of the summary of product characteristics”. She gave an example of the consequences of a lack of education in this field Carolina Sea, Massachusetts With PTBF: “Many breastfeeding women believe that ibuprofen should not be taken by breastfeeding women. This is a myth. Breastfeeding problems may result, for example, from women’s lack of awareness of drug interactions, for example with tea for lactation.”

“Pregnancy is also a time when the risk of erosive changes to enamel, gingivitis or a decrease in the buffering capacity of saliva is increased.I explained toSuch as. Minor injury. Carolina Spodziga From the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the Medical University of Warsaw. “Various chronic skin diseases such as Inverse acne, which is characterized by painful inflammatory changes in typical areas, and risk factors include, among other things, sex hormones “ – she added Dr. Patricia Socinska Zelinska with cm.

The conference closed with a chat Doctor Hub. Dominic Olinczak with Dr. Agnieszka Wyrozębska From the Department of Public Health at the Medical University of Warsaw on the challenges of educating students in obstetrics and future research directions in the field of obstetrics and gynecology.

On the second day of the event, a student work competition was held, where five research teams were honored.

The premiere of the publication was also shown during the event Supplement 2.0 Citizens Involved in Health Foundation. The supplement is a compendium of knowledge about reasonable and safe supplementation for people at particular risk of nutrient deficiencies, including pregnant women. The publication is free and can be downloaded by anyone interested from the site: www.obywatelezz.pl/edukacja/do-pobrania– calling Doctor Hub. Anna Staniszewska.

Broadcasts of the event can be viewed on the event website at Facebook The Pueria brand was the partner in the event. The event was held under the auspices of the President of the Medical University of Warsaw, the Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Higher Chamber of Nurses and Midwives and the Mayor of Warsaw County – Ochota.

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