Sport and diet before pregnancy were unnecessary, wrongly, 32% of French
20-40 years, parents or wanting to have children, see pregnancy as a time of worry, but a source of joy. Odoxa a study for Le Grand Forum Toddlers, led with 1,008 young adults, was interested in the perception of this key moment in the lives of women and couples as well as lifestyle (sports , food) adopted before and after pregnancy.
75% of young adults believe pregnancy is synonymous with anxiety and quarter of women
who had a child talking about malaise (27%) and stress (64%), according to a study for the Grand Odoxa Forum All- small.
However, this event is still happy for the vast majority of surveyed: 93% believe that “joy” applies well to this point, 83% speak of “growth” and 83% of “complicity in the couple” .
In women who have had successful pregnancies, enthusiasm is even greater (95%) and the growth (86%). However, they are less likely noted a complicity between the couple (77%).
Sport and deemed unnecessary diet before pregnancy
32% of couples surveyed mistakenly believe that doing physical exercise before becoming pregnant is not important for the health of the baby. They are also likely to think that the mother must monitor his diet before conception. The study reveals that early pregnancy is the time when men and women focus more attention on the content of the plate (56%) and playing sports (49%).
70% of French concerned with the future father of health
According to the study, 70% of parents or future parents know the father’s lifestyle before conception has an impact on the health of the child. Tobacco (68%), alcohol (56%) and exposure to environmental pollutant (24%) are among the top three criteria deemed délétaires for the health of the unborn child. The power supply (16%) and overweight (10%) are respectively 4th and 6th position.
Methodology: Survey conducted among a sample of 1,008 French people aged 20 to 40 surveyed by Internet from 23 to 29 September 2016. among respondents, 473 people had children and wanted to have 200 people in 2 years come.