34 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Now I am 8months pregnant.I am not getting sleep in the night and in early morning I am getting sleep.please give me suggestions to get sleep at night.

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Answer: Hello! Insomnia or sleeplessness is common during the pregnancy. Try these for some help 1. Drink plenty of water 2. Have warm milk before bed 3. Do meditation 4. Avoid caffeine as muxh as possible. 5. Keep away from stress. Take care
Answer: Take dinner early at 7.00pm and switch off your room lights and avoid using mobile laptop etc
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