This Teen Mom star shared a horrifying pregnancy danger recently, and it does not look good! They’re warning other moms about this issue, and why pregnant women need to be careful.
This is some serious stuff, and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Prenatal health is so important, thankfully they’re here to educate the public on the matter.
This Teen Mom star opened up about a danger than pregnant women need to be aware of! They join other members of the Teen Mom community in spreading awareness on how to take care of oneself and their children.
Chelsea Houska recently posted on Twitter about a near death experience. “So I want to share something that’s probably going to seem really random,” her tweet began. “But I feel like I can’t be the only person that wouldn’t have known what to do in this type of situation.”
“A couple of weeks ago, I was rushing to eat (steak) and I started choking. SERIOUSLY choking. It would not move up & I could not swallow,” read her second tweet.
Choking is a serious matter! According to the National Safety Council, “choking is the fourth leading cause of unintentional death.” Thousands of people die from choking every year.
“Luckily, Cole was home and he performed the Heimlich and was able to get it out! All I kept thinking about was WHAT IF I had been home alone?” she wrote.
The Teen Mom then shared a video of how to perform the Heimlich Maneuver on oneself.
“So I felt the need to share a video on what to do if you are ever alone and start to choke, as well as a video on how to perform the heimlich on someone else.”
Hopefully her fans took the matter seriously, and learned a little more about how to save someone or themselves while choking.
This time, Chelsea’s father, Randy Houska, is on Twitter sharing important health information.
Her father is a dentist, and retweeted a post about the importance of dental health for pregnant women.
“Taking care of your oral health during your pregnancy is vital to the health of your child,” the tweet read. “Studies show a connection between pregnant women with gum disease and premature and low birth weight among children.”
“#Truth for mothers to be,” Randy commented on the retweet.