Sleeping while pregnant is never a simple task. But there are things that women do wrong which can make their sleep even worse. So, in this video, Nathalie Kaufmann, Pregnancy & Birth Consultant and TCM Therapist, and Mathias Ritter, Researcher and Science Geek, explain the 6 things that pregnant women do wrong which can make their sleep worse.
First, they explain why many pregnant women have troubles sleeping through the night because of the sleeping position. And they also explain why you do not only have one but several sleeping positions that you can adopt while pregnant. Second, they also explain how electromagnetic devices can cause sleepless nights in pregnant women and why blue light can interfere with melatonin levels. Next, they discuss how heartburn can interfere with your good-night sleep while pregnant and how you can reduce heartburn during your pregnancy. Finally, they discuss several aspects related to your diet and exercising which pregnant women often do wrong and why pregnant women often can’t sleep at night. And of course, they also tell you what exactly you can do to improve yours sleep while pregnant.
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Best sleeping Position to turn a Baby (from any Position): https://youtu.be/L0Fb_HdBtog
Cronin R.S. et al (2019): An Individual Participant Data Meta-analysis of Maternal Going-to-Sleep Position, Interactions with Fetal Vulnerability, and the Risk of Late Stillbirth. In: EClinicalMedicine. Apr 2 (10): 49-57. doi: 10.1016/j.eclinm.2019.03.014.
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