Great for relaxation and calming.
Helps relax tense muscles and promote overall relaxation.
Great for insomnia due to stress and worry of the impending birth.
For chronic insomnia in pregnancy please consult your midwife or doctor.
Try eating foods high in tryptophan with your dinner. Foods such as banana, fig, milk, turkey, whole grain crackers and yoghurt all help promote sleep.
Avoid large meals 2 hours before bedtime.
Avoid bacon, cheese, chocolate, potatoes, tomatoes, alcohol, caffeine, sugar and refined carbohydrates as these stimulate the brain.
Get regular gentle exercise.
Try using relaxation techniques. Focusing on breathing is a simple and effective way to relax.
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