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Exercise, Rest and Sleep





Category: Obstetrics or Midwifery

Plenty of exercise in the open air should be
taken daily, without this health cannot be maintained. It should not be
violent or so great as to fatigue and overtire. Slow riding in a carriage
and walking will give the best results. Horseback riding and riding in an
automobile should be avoided. The woman should sit out of doors as much as
possible. Plenty of sleep is also necessary. Eight hours are not too much
at night, and lying down an hour or two during the forenoon and afternoon
is very restful and desirable.





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