28 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Sleepless nights......solution....if any

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Answer: Hello... 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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