How to Sleep Better During Pregnancy
December 12, 2012
When the baby finally comes you fully expect to be up at odd hours of the night feeding, changing and consoling. But you might not have guessed you would find sleeping so difficult during pregnancy.
Trouble sleeping during pregnancy is far from abnormal. With an aching back, numb legs, and a baby pressing on your bladder it’s a miracle you get any sleep at all.
Nevertheless, sleep is extremely important to your health and the baby’s. These five tips can help you rest easy until your little one arrives.
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