38 weeks pregnant mother

Question: what is the labour symptoms am unable to sleeps on night times only. and day times i can sleep properly. and today i was tired alot due to some outing everything is normal. after that much hectic also am not getting sleep at this time and now the time is 1.30am

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Answer: Hello! Insomnia or not getting sleep is common due pregnancy. Try these remedies for relief. 1. Have a habit of doing meditation and yoga. 2. Warm water bath before bed. 3. Drink Warm milk before bed . 4. Have some fenugreek seeds. 5. Eat bananas regularly 6.Avoid caffeine 7. Reduce stress in life and stay happyp Take care
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    Appa Amma56 days ago

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