Before and After Diastasis Rectus: 5 Exercises to Close the Gap For Postpartum Mothers - Duration 7 minutes. I'm going to show you five exercises that will help you close the gap that's left between when your daughter went into hospital with her rectal prolapse and the time when she was fully recovered.
The first exercise is called 'Jogging'. It can be done in a variety of ways. Most people prefer the "jogging stroller" method, which involves getting the baby into and out of the stroller at high speed. If you are worried about getting the baby out of the stroller quickly, just take a look at this exercise.
The second exercise is called 'Running'. This exercise has to be performed as quickly and as quietly as possible and you must not be aware of what's happening around you and also if you drop anything, you must pick it up again immediately.
The third exercise is called 'Walking'.
The last exercise is called "Swimming". All you have to do is swim while holding the baby so that it doesn't slip under the water.
These exercises are good to begin with but the only way you can really start to get over the "gap" between when you first went in to the hospital and the time when you were fully healed is by starting to work on your physical therapy. You must continue to keep fit and if you're able to swim or walk slowly at a pace that you can do all by yourself, then you must do so.
If you are unable to swim or walk, then a physical therapist may be able to use you as a swimming or walking machine. This will give you both exercise and rehabilitation, which are really important.
Once you have worked out the gap properly, you must then do the right amount of stretching of the affected areas of your abdomen. It's very important that you do this correctly and that you do it often. Failure to do so will leave you vulnerable to further complications.
When you begin to heal from this condition, it will be much easier for you to resume a normal life and you will find that your digestive system will function better than before. You will also be able to sit more comfortably in the chair than you did before and be able to sit up and down much faster.
When it comes to after Diastasis Recti, there are plenty of things that you can do to help to improve the way your body looks, feels and functions. You can try these exercises to help you get over the gap between when you first went in to the hospital and when you were fully healed.