Did you know?
Sleep is important for the body and mind. Most people require between 6 to 8 hours a night to get fully rested and recovered. Poor quality of sleep hurts your immune system and, during gestation, tends to result in longer labor and is even correlated with a higher rate of C-section deliveries. It’s not always easy to get quality sleep with all the symptoms a pregnancy brings. To get better sleep, exercise during the day, eat and drink well, and stay away from stimulating activities before bedtime. One good idea is to avoid using your smartphone when in bed. The blue rays from the LED screen make falling asleep more difficult. Your Child will love it if you practice this now because the little one wants your full attention when sleeping next to you, in the next #duedate.