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Say goodbye to sleep problems during pregnancy
Women can experience insomnia during all stages of pregnancy, but it tends to be more common in the first and third trimesters. Bathroom breaks, out-of-control hormones, heartburn but especially back pain and abdominal discomfort may cause a big drop in the quality of your sleep. This situation can make you feel exhausted all day long.
Experts recommend pregnant women avoid sleeping on their backs especially during the second and third trimesters. The safest sleep position is the “SOS” position (sleep on side) because it provides the best circulation for a baby placing the least pressure on veins and internal organs.
A good circulation also helps to reduce potential swelling and varicose veins in mother’s legs avoiding hypotension and improving sleep quality during pregnancy.