PREGNANCY SLEEPING ISSUES?
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.
We know it’s tough these days, but even a walk can improve circulation and help reduce nighttime leg cramps.
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.
For more info on how you can sleep better, and most importantly take care of your little bundle of joy. Reach out to our Gynaecologists for more info.