There are so many changes that happen to a woman when she is expecting. Almost from day one, the body begins to transform and adjust for the growing life inside. From the increase in blood volume, hormonal level increase, higher body temperature, to the breasts growing larger and more tender, the human body is working hard.
It’s no wonder with all the labour being done that an expectant mom is exhausted. Night cannot come fast enough to lay down on a firm bed and soft pillow. Getting plenty of sleep is essential for pregnant women.
Nonetheless, it is hard to fall asleep when trying to get comfortable. Attempting to get cozy while there is a growing tummy in the middle becomes a battle. There is a lot of twisting and turning throughout the night. There is an actual method women can use to fall asleep. After all, we all know that in a couple of months, sleep will be a thing of the past.
A good night’s sleep is important for everyone. Pregnant women, in particular, need sleep to recharge their batteries.
A woman that slept on her chest in the past, will have to let go of sleeping that way as the belly begins to get bigger and bigger.
Even if you didn’t sleep on your chest, the old positions may no longer bring comfort either.
The body is going through major changes that can make sleep a major challenge.
Women will often complain of many aches and pains.
From a large tummy, heartburn, backache, and shortness of breath, are just some of the strains that the body endures.
A mom-to-be can sometimes feel like getting in bed is going to be an awkward battle to get the body contorted in the best way.
A bad night sleep can include things like leg cramps, snoring, and nausea.
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