I remember when I was pregnant with my daughter. The first trimester I slept during the day and was wide awake at night. The second trimester was better and by the third I was up several times the night peeing or trying to get comfortable. Let’s face it. Pregnancy takes a lot of energy out of us.
Now that I’m on my second pregnancy, I’ve dedicated more time to rest. Especially since I’m always running around after a toddler and mothering foster teens.
That’s why it’s important to know how sleep impacts our bodies while we are pregnant. I wish I would have known this information while pregnant with my daughter.
I’m partnering with Tuck Sleep to share some awesome scientific information on how you ladies expecting can get better sleep.