Posted on Mar 13, 2014
Feeling fatigued, restless and frustrated? The inability to fall or stay asleep during pregnancy, especially in the third trimester is extremely common. So don’t worry, you're not alone! Insomnia can be due to a combination of hormones and numerous conditions. These conditions include frequent urination, heartburns, leg cramps, and pre-birth anxiety.
Lack of sleep is inevitable while pregnant, but what you may not know is that you are actually getting more sleep than you think. Often times you may find yourself feeling anxious, worrying about child birth, getting up every hour to pee or just plain tossing and turning, but just know that it's normal! If anything, you’re already learning how to become a great mother by preparing for the road ahead.
If you feel like you really aren’t getting enough snooze time take a look at this list of daily remedies to help make your nights run a bit smoother from What to Expect!