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Question: hiii... I m 38 weeks pregnant... lack of sleep... what should I do for proper sleep

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Answer: Hello dear this is normal in third trimester.. Don't worry try this.. meditation and yoga. 2. Warm water bath before bed. 3. Warm milk before bed . 4. Fenugreek seeds. 5. Chamomile tea 6. Eat bananas
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