How To Get More Sleep During Pregnancy Symptoms Of Apnea Treatment Options

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message just for you. Getting a good night’s sleep while pregnant
can seem almost impossible. As your pregnancy progresses, your belly will
get bigger, your baby�s kicks will get stronger, and you�ll feel like you have to urinate
every 20 minutes. That adds up to a lot of time spent awake
at night and not a lot of sleeping. But if it�s any comfort, as you toss and
turn, you’re in good company: It’s a rare pregnant woman who sleeps through the night,
leading some folks to conclude that this is nature’s way of training a mother for her
hectic life with a newborn. Read my tips to get a better and more comfortable
night’s sleep, and the critical rest your body and mind need during this time. 1
Drink up! Drink plenty of fluids during the day, but
cut down before bedtime to minimize frequent nighttime urination. 2
Keep moving�even if you don’t want to. Get some exercise. We know it’s tough these days, but even a
walk can improve circulation and help reduce nighttime leg cramps. Active women tend to sleep more soundly than
couch potatoes. Just don’t work out too close to bedtime (wrap
it up at least two hours before) because exercise releases adrenaline that can keep you awake
at night and actually make it even harder to doze off. 3
Go to bed with a clear head. Stress and anxiety are key culprits in preventing
a good night’s sleep. Remember that worrying won’t help you, but
talking about your problems will. Find a friend or a professional who can listen
and help you if there are issues in your life that are causing you to worry or feel upset. Another trick: To unload any worries before
you turn in, keep a notebook on the night table. Much insomnia among preggo women stems from
unresolved stresses � especially with issues about the baby (labor, how you’ll be as a
mom, balancing work and fam, etc.) 4
Get into a new bedtime routine. If you establish a consistent, soothing, and
comforting evening routine, you’ll be able to relax and drift off to sleep with more
ease. As bedtime approaches, try a few of these
soothing rituals to see if one sticks: Drink a cup of caffeine-free tea or a warm
cup of milk with honey Have a small snack. Try a handful of peanuts and a few crackers
or whole-grain cereal with skim milk. These combos of carbs and tryptophan are known
sleep-promoters. Read a chapter of a pleasant book Take a warm shower Get a shoulder massage or having your hair
gently brushed 5
Stack those pillows. After 20 weeks, doctors recommend you sleep
on your left side only to allow for the best blood flow to the fetus and to your uterus
and kidneys. That means getting comfortable is the hardest
thing about going to bed in the second half of your pregnancy. Try using pillows to support you, one under
your knee and another under your belly, or invest in a special (extra long) pregnancy
body pillow. You can also just build a little wall with
a couple of regular pillows, roll onto your side, and throw a leg over one of them. Same idea. 6
Keep heartburn at bay. To prevent heartburn, don’t recline for an
hour or two after a meal. If heartburn is a problem, sleep with your
head elevated on pillows. Also, avoid spicy, fried, or acidic foods
(such as tomato products), as they may worsen symptoms. 7
Nap during the day. If you’re not getting enough rest at night,
take a nap to help reduce fatigue. Try snagging 20- to 30-minute catnaps on the
weekends and if you get home from work on the early side � but don’t snooze for much
more than this. Long naps can actually make you feel more
tired than you were before you started. 8
Keep a food journal. If your baby reacts to spicy or sugary foods
by becoming more active, don’t eat them at dinner. Otherwise, your baby’s dancing shoes are likely
to wake you up at night. In general, it’s a good idea to completely
eliminate caffeine to prevent insomnia. If nausea is a problem for you, try eating
frequent bland snacks (like crackers) throughout the day. Keeping your stomach slightly full helps keep
nausea at bay. Eat a well-balanced diet. Not only is this crucial for your health and
that of your baby, but getting the necessary nutrients will help keep you feeling satisfied
� which will help you sleep more soundly. 9
Chill out. Literally. Your body temperature is higher now that you’re
pregnant, so it may help you sleep better if you lower the thermostat in the bedroom. (Yes, even if it’s winter � you’re never
going to rest well if you’re boiling! Tend to go hot-and-cold? Tuck an extra quilt at the foot of the bed
to pull up if you start to feel chilly. 10
Revel in the quiet. And when all else fails? Embrace the awake, mama. If you wake up and have trouble falling back
to sleep, practice some deep breathing with your hands cupped over your belly and imagine
your baby sleeping inside you. Another sweet trick: Try singing a lullaby. Your baby can hear you now, so if you sing
him to sleep, you may find yourself feeling drowsy too. It’s a great way for your baby to get to know
your voice. I hope you found out How To Get More Sleep
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