Dear in pregnancy, due to harmonal changes, bulging uterus,you may not get enough sleep,try these steps,hope it helps you..
Drink warm milk,before bed,it will promote you a good sleep
Take bath with warm water,before bed,so that you will have an peaceful sleep
After dinner,make a habit of walking 15 min, regularly
During bed time,listen to good music,or read good books,it will make your mind relaxed and promotes good sleep
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Question: I m 4month pregnant but I don't feel sleepy and I don't know how to sleep at night
Answer: With so many physical and emotional changes happening, it's no surprise that 8 out of 10 women have insomnia and other sleep problems during pregnancy.
Try new sleeping positions.Prepare yourself for bedtime by taking a warm bath or receiving a nice massage.Set up your room for a comfortable sleep setting. Try changing your thermostat to a comfortable temperature and playing some relaxing or natural sounds that can help make you sleepy.Try relaxation techniques, such as the ones you may have learned in a childbirth class.If you still cannot fall asleep, you may consider getting up. You can try reading a book, eating a small snack, or drinking some warm milk.Exercise regularly during the day.If you have the opportunity to sleep during the day, you should take it. However, long naps may interfere with your sleeping schedule at night.
Question: I am during my pregnancy time . Every night my belly is paining . I don't know why
Answer: Hello dear, Abdominal pain is perfectly normal and there is really nothing you can do other than rest every chance you get. If you are working, take a little nap during your breaks. It will pass in time. Hang in there.
Sit down, put your feet up and relax. Resting comfortably should reduce any belly aches. If sitting doesn't help things, try resting on your hands and knees, or leaning forward against the back of a sofa....
When you get up from bed, turn to your side and then get up slowly. Use your arms for support. This reduces the stress on your abdomen.
Moving slowly and smoothly from a sitting or lying position can also help.
Drink plenty of water and other fluids to avoid dehydration in the hot summer months. If you have a lot of gas, avoid oily, spicy foods and heavy pulses such as rajma or chana that produce gas. ....
A good home remedy for bloating and gas is to boil three or four teaspoons of fennel seeds (saunf) and cumin (jeera) in one litre of water. Cool it and take frequent sips through the day with a bit of sugar to make it tasty. Pat hot water bag or bootle on that area...
Hope it helped.... Take care urself...
Question: Helo.... I m not feeling sleepy whole night and day time I feel sleepy... Wat to do plz Hlp me
Answer: Hi dear, having a sleepless night during pregnancy and tiring mornings are exhausting. A proper sleep can keep you energetic and productive but as pregnancy changes a lot of things, sleep is one of it. here are some tips to sleep better during pregnancy.
Eat little and often
A big meal just before bed may make you more prone to heartburn and indigestion. This can be especially problematic at night, because lying down makes it easier for your stomach acid to find its way up into your throat. To minimise this, have smaller meals, and avoid rich, fatty and spicy foods. You could also raise the head of your mattress a few inches, to help keep stomach acids where they should be.
Switch to sleeping on your side
Sleeping on your side may be more comfortable for you than on your back or front as your bumpgrows bigger. It’s also best for your growing baby, as it helps the flow of blood and nutrients to the placenta.
After 16 weeks of pregnancy, sleeping on your back isn't such a good idea, because your baby is pressing on your blood vessels. This can make you feel faint.
To get comfy on your side, try supporting your bump with pillows and adding an extra pillow between your legs. This keeps the pressure off the muscles around your hips and pelvis.
If you wake up in the night and find yourself lying on your back or front, just turn over to your side again to go back to sleep. You could try using pillows to help keep you on your side and to stop you rolling over.
Get into a routine
Try to go to bed and get up at the same time every day. Although the occasional lie-in may be tempting, especially after a disturbed night, it can disrupt your body clock and make it harder to drift off at night. Sticking to a schedule should help your body to naturally feel more tired at bedtime.
Wind down at the end of the day
Take some time to relax as bedtime approaches. Avoid vigorous activity for about four hours before bed, to give your body a chance to wind down. As bedtime approaches, have a bath, a warm milky drink, or read a book - whatever helps you to relax at night. Doing the same things at the same time each night may help to train your body to recognise when it's time for sleep.
If you find yourself worrying at night about your pregnancy or impending motherhood, jot down the anxieties that are keeping you awake. Discuss them with your partner, a friend, or your midwife. You may find this keeps your fears in perspective, or helps you to find practical solutions for things that have been preying on your mind.
Make your bedroom a sleep sanctuary
If you're in the habit of reading, watching TV or using your phone in bed, try to stop if you can. Sleep experts recommend keeping your bedroom just for sleep and sex.
If you wake in the night and can't get back to sleep, don't lie there tossing and turning. Get up, go into another room and do something relaxing like reading or listening to soothing music until you're sleepy enough to give it another go.