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Question: Hello mam my another question is...I was recently a depression patient I use to take a sleeping pills..now I am not taking any pills bt cant sleep whole night seriously a WHOLE night.. can I take my sleeping pill back ???? I really want to sleep well...🤕 I am 11months pregnant
Answer: sleeping pills are not recomended in pregnancy they have effect on baby and can reduce the heart rate, i will advise to speak to your dr once if you are unable to sleep entire night.
Question: Can i take sleeping pills in 2nd trimester?
Answer: Hi dear it is not at all advisable to do this dear. It can badly harm ur baby physical and mental growth. U can follow below steps to have a good sleep. Daily exercise can also help promote more restful sleep, so — no matter what’s keeping you up — try to get 30 minutes of walking or swimming in a day.Aching back Putting a pillow between your legs while you sleep can ease the pressure.Leg cramps Elevate your legs as much as you can during the day while you’re sitting. Even better: Ask your partner for a calf massage. After all, the better you sleep, the better he’ll sleep. Eat light food at night and try to have dinner 2 hours before sleeping. Avoid gassy foods. Eat fresh fruit and vegetable.
Question: Can i have sleeping pills...unable to sleep whole night past three days
Answer: Without consulting your Doctor, don't take any tablets. If u didn't get sleep read good books, chant slogans, listen to music. If u follow these, your mind gets relaxed and automatically sleep will come
Question: Doctor i am not getting sleep from one week. I cant sleep at night. So in day time i am less active and cant work properly. Please suggest me what to do for getting sleep at night .
Answer: Hi dear
Its not a matter to worry. One of the reasons for fatigue and sleep problems during pregnancy are changing hormone levels. Rise in progesterone levels may cause excessive daytime sleepiness. It's normal to feel tired as your body works to protect and nurture the developing baby. Have healthy balanced food and be positive and active. Do medication and keep your room calm and dim, keep your gadgets away at least 30 mins before you sleep.