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Question: I'm 18 weeks pregnant, I won't get proper sleep in the night due to back pain and leg pain how can I get rid of these pain?
Answer: Hello dear. Firstly the weight of the growing baby and uterus also puts pressure on the blood vessels and nerves in the pelvis and back. Posture changes. This may result in back pain or strain. Secondly the two sciatic nerves in your body run from the lower back to the feet. When an enlarged uterus puts pressure on the nerves, you can experience pain, numbness, or a tingling sensation in the buttocks, hips, and thighs. Another possible cause of hip pain during the second trimester is round ligament pain. Few tips for relief 1.) Practice good posture. As your baby grows, your center of gravity shifts forward 2.) Get the right gear. Wear low-heeled — not flat — shoes with good arch support 3.) Lift properly 4.) Sleep on your side 5.) Try heat, cold or massage 6.) Include physical activity in your daily routine Hope this helps.
Question: I am 8 weeks pregnant... I am not able to get proper sleep
Answer: Hi. Hi Most women experience sleep problems during pregnancy. Pregnant women tend to get more sleep during their first trimesters (hello, early bedtime) but experience a big drop in the quality of their sleep. It turns out that pregnancy can make you feel exhausted all day long. It can also cause insomnia at night. You could try to 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. 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 Hope this helps!
Question: I will not get proper sleep only
Answer: Hello dear, If you can't sleep properly at night, the main problem is don't full ur stomach before sleeping. Eat light and digestive food.here is some more cause for your discomfort night. you can try this for good sleep. The best sleep position during pregnancy is “SOS” (sleep on side). Even better is to sleep on your left side. Sleeping on your left side will increase the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the placenta and your baby. Keep your legs and knees bent, and put a pillow between your legs. If you find that you are having problems with back pain, use the “SOS” position, and try placing a pillow under your abdomen as well. If you are experiencing heartburn during the night, you may want to try propping your upper body with pillows. In late pregnancy, you may experience shortness of breath. Try lying on your side or propped up with pillows. These suggestions may not sound completely comfortable, especially if you are used to sleeping on your back or stomach, but try them out. You may find that they work. Keep in mind that you may not stay in one position all night, and rotating positions is fine. Hope it helped.... Take care urself.... Hello dear, During third trimester,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