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Sleep Disorders And Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a very important time for women. Their body is going through changes, both physical and hormonal, that could lead to a variety of different symptoms including sleep disorders. These sleep disorders can change through the different stages of pregnancy. During the first trimester, many women experience different sleep disorders such as insomnia and suddenly waking up at night. This will lead to women feeling very tired and sleeping throughout the day. The severity of these symptoms and more will begin to fluctuate as you go through the different stages of pregnancy.

What should you do if you are suffering from some of these sleep disorders while pregnant? It is not recommended to take medication to treat the sleep disorder due to how it could affect the growing baby. Various home remedies, such as certain teas, can help you fall asleep if you have trouble sleeping or are constantly waking up during the night. Other simple remedies that can help you fall asleep include drinking warm milk or avoiding certain foods that keep you awake. If the sleep disorders are becoming too intrusive you can visit Sleep Services of Maryland and we will find the cause and treat your sleep disorder.

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