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Question: I am not able to sleep in my 6th month of pregnancy.. Please help me

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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.
Answer: Avoid screen time at least an hour before bed. Blue light from the TV, your mobile phone, or tablet can have an impact on your body’s circadian rhythm. Try reading a book instead. Taking a soothing bath might also make you sleepy.  Drink plenty of water throughout the day, but minimize drinking after 7 p.m,so tat u dont hv to get up frequently fr urinating Stay active during the day so you can rest at night. Make yourself comfortable. Lie on your side, tuck a pillow between your knees, and use one under your belly as it gets bigger. Wear loose comfortable clothes
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