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Question: hlo...muje nind bhut km aati h.aur nind na aane ki wjh se hdache (bharipan)jsa rhta h..eyes opn krne ka mn nhi krta.aur na nind aati..sara kam b krti hu sochti hu thkan se thodi bhut nind aa jaye..bt koi frk nhi pda..plz suggest
Answer: First , always keep yourself occupied. This helps in not letting your mind wander. You can fully concentrate in your present.
Second, Get ample of rest and sleep.Often overtired body and mind can make you anxious and overwhelmed.
Third, practice light exercises it's best remedy to keep your mind at peace.
Fourth, Eat healthy and stay hydrated. A well fed and rested body responds much better than hungry and tired one.
Fifth, Before sleeping have a glass of lukewarm milk it will help you sleep better.
Sixth, you can add 2 3 drops of lavender oil on your pillow, it's known for its calming and sleep inducing properties.
Seventh, listen to soothing music, you can even try garbhsanskar. Read your favourite book. Don't use mobile as it will overtire you making it more difficult to sleep.
Question: muje nind hi nai aati h Kya ye normal Hai...rat ko tym se nind nai aati or din m to bilkul hi ni aati... Kya asa hota Hai pregnancy m???
Answer: aap Raat ko sone SE pehle classical music ya toh garbh Sankar shlok suniye. isse baby konbhi fayda hoga aur neend bhi aachi aayegi
Question: hlw,29 week is running mujhe baby moment bhut km feel hoti h aaj b bhut km feel hua jiski wajhe se stomach bhut dukh rha h
Answer: hello.. dear baby movement second and third trimester me kam feel hona normal hai dear, kyun ki aapka baby ka size badhne se aapke baby ko ghoomne ke liye kam jagah hai.. is liye vo ghoomta hai par aapko less lagta hai..pet dhoukna bhee nirmal hai.. dont worry .. ache se pani pijiye, walking kijiye aur rest lijiye..
Question: Aur muje bhut nind aati h m din bhr soti hu sone se problem to nhi hai
Answer: It’s completely normal to feel tired, especially in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy. That's when huge changes take place in virtually every system in your body, making you feel extremely tired. Throughout pregnancy your body works hard. But the biggest effort comes in the 1st trimester. That's when your baby's major organs are formed, and the placenta, your baby’s life-support system, starts growing. Your hormone levels and metabolism are rapidly changing, while your blood sugar and BPlevels tend to drop.Tiredness and low energy levels can sometimes mean that you're too low in iron , which is fairly common in pregnancy.Being tired and run-down can also make you feel a bit low. Occasionally, being exhausted and having trouble sleeping can be sometimes mean depression It’s different for every mum-to-be, but you’re most likely to feel very tired in your first trimester and your 3rd trimester. In your first trimester, fatigue is often one of the symptoms of pregnancy sickness, along with nausea, loss of appetite and sometimes vomiting.
If feeling and being sick are disturbing your sleep then you’ll feel even more tired and irritable. Try to get as much rest as you can, because fatigue can make nausea and vomiting much worse. It will help if you listen to your body signals to rest, eat a healthy diet, some exercise and try to get into a schedule.