John S. Hudson

Infant Issues: Your Only one And Only Pregnancy Guide

Create a bedtime routine for better your sleep while you’re pregnant. Your body will be more aware of it being sleep time if you have a regular routine each night. Ending the evening with a warm bath, time with a book, or a massage from your partner can help as well. Whether you snored before pregnancy or not, it is quite a common occurrence for snoring to increase while you are pregnant. This is due to swollen nasal membranes. Nasal strips are a drug free way to deal with snoring and sleeping on your side can also help. Another option is having your partner wear ear plugs. Pelvic tilts can relieve your lower back pains during the months of pregnancy. This involves getting on your hands and knees and making a cat, raised back position, and a cow, lowered back position. These tilts can provide relieve! They are also helpful in positioning your baby for birth.

Your mom, grandmothers or other female relatives can often give you very wise advice. She may be full of helpful information that might not have entered your mind. She will also be able to give you suggestions on what you should avoid during pregnancy or even after the baby is born. No matter what, this will open up the line of communication with her leading to having a fantastic support system later on. Pregnancy is a special time that comes with a lot of questions and concerns about what should be expected. There is also concern for the good health and safe development of the growing child. However, information is power in a time like this and through these tips, you can gather a wealth of information that will give you the power to take proper care of yourself, your child and your future as a family.

You should always get clearance from your doctor before you make plans to travel, while pregnant. It’s a good idea to pack a copy of your medical records, too, in case anything occurs while you are gone.

There is the risk of experiencing heartburn during pregnancy. Avoid foods that contribute to heartburn such as spicy or fried foods. You also want to avoid acidic fruits, and chocolate and sodas.

Support for your pregnant body, in bed, is the best way to ensure restful sleep during pregnancy. You can buy body pillows which are specially designed for pregnancies, from many retailers. A regular pillow can be used for support if you don’t have a pregnancy pillow. Try sleeping with the pillow below your stomach and another under a knee.