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How to Cope With Pregnancy Insomnia Go to Bed Drowsy. Sometimes the issue is that you’re going to bed wound up and not able to sleep because you are not Try a Sleep-Inducing Snack. Some women find a bedtime snack can help them fall asleep.
But don’t overdo it: Pregnancy Practice Relaxation. Try sleeping on your left side, which is ideal during pregnancy. Then place a pillow between your knees, under your belly, and behind your back to keep you from rolling over onto your back if you don’t naturally sleep on your side.
Or consider purchasing a. One of the main reasons for pregnancy insomnia is due to lack of physical activity during the day. You don’t have to go weight lifting for hours at a time, but there are many ways pregnant women can get rid of some extra energy during the day. Go for walks, do some yoga, do the dishes by hand instead of using the dishwasher. How can I cope with or treat my insomnia during pregnancy?
Try new sleeping positions. Prepare yourself for bedtime by taking a warm bath or receiving a nice massage. Set up your room for a comfortable sleep setting. Fighting Insomnia During Pregnancy Women can cope with insomnia during their pregnancy by exercising, using relaxation techniques, and eating small snacks.
Changing sleep positions may help reduce. One of the best things you can do to manage insomnia while you’re pregnant is to set up good sleep habits. Begin by trying to go to bed at the same time every night. Start your routine with. Get comfy and sleep soundly during pregnancy with two sleep positions that accommodate your growing belly.
If you aren’t asleep 20 to 30 minutes after getting into bed, get up and go into another room. Read a magazine or listen to music until you feel drowsy, and then get back in bed. When sleep doesn’t come quickly, try not to worry. Use a pregnancy pillow to help you get into a more comfortable sleeping position. Try relaxation techniques like meditation or breathing exercises to help calm your mind and body.
When possible, try to nap during the day to make up for any lost sleep and to help rest your body. Get up. If you’re not asleep after 20 to 30 minutes of trying to nod off, conquer a small task that needs to be done Don’t count the hours.
Though most people do best on about eight hours of sleep, some do fine on less and some need more. During the day: Create a buffer around bedtimes, where you don’t eat too close to going to bed, or speed through dinner. This will help you avoid the increased risk of heartburn, as well as the energy surge that anything sugary will give you.
Try to do some pregnancy exercises.
List of related literature:
|from Rants in the Dark: From One Tired Mama to Another|
|from The Pregnancy Countdown Book: Nine Months of Practical Tips, Useful Advice, and Uncensored Truths|
|from Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine: Expert Consult Premium Edition Enhanced Online Features|
|from Sleep Deprivation and Disease: Effects on the Body, Brain and Behavior|
|from Volpe’s Neurology of the Newborn E-Book|
|from A Comprehensive Textbook of Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing|
|from Textbook of Medical Psychiatry|
|from The Reflexology Bible: The Definitive Guide to Pressure Point Healing|
|from Conn’s Current Therapy 2010 E-Book: Expert Consult|
|from Yoga Mama, Yoga Baby: Ayurveda and Yoga for a Healthy Pregnancy and Birth|