A baby has already been born, so why not have a few hours to relax before having a bit of fun?
The best times to have a baby are when you’re still young and not ready to get pregnant, according to new research.
The research found that mothers who are already having a baby tend to feel less stressed during pregnancy, as well as having more time to enjoy a relaxing day of rest before having another child.
The findings were published in the journal PLOS One.
It was published in a paper by Dr David Golledge and colleagues at the University of Leeds.
Dr Gollledge said: “We were interested in understanding how maternal and infant stress affect the risk of pregnancy complications.”
Our work found that having a child after you are already pregnant and not expecting to have one increases your stress levels.
“Having a baby is not an automatic, or even a necessary, part of having a happy, healthy and well-adjusted life.”
In our study, we found that it is possible to relax during pregnancy and not experience a negative impact on your overall well-being.
“We are currently conducting a series of follow-up studies to understand the impact of having more and more children on stress and wellbeing.””
Our findings suggest that the optimal time to go to the pub is before having an expected birth, even if you do not want to get married, as this time is not stressful,” Dr Gollsedge said.
“We are currently conducting a series of follow-up studies to understand the impact of having more and more children on stress and wellbeing.”
We are also exploring whether mothers who have children before they are ready to have another one may experience an increased risk of having an additional child later in life.
A mother who is expecting a child and is stressed by her own pregnancy may experience more complications than if she is not pregnant at all.””
It is important to realise that the risk for complications during pregnancy is low,” he said.
“A mother who is expecting a child and is stressed by her own pregnancy may experience more complications than if she is not pregnant at all.”
Therefore, we believe that a good time to relax is before the baby is born.
“If you’re not ready for another baby, you could also do something like play a sport, or go for a walk.”
The research was carried out by the University’s Department of Psychiatry, and the University Health Trust.
It involved the team of researchers from Leeds, Cambridge, King’s College London and the Medical Research Council, and was funded by the Medical Science Research Council (MRC) under the Medical Genomics Consortium and the British Medical Research Association.