How To Overcome Insomnia In Pregnant Women 23 Weeks
afternoon … my mother is 23 weeks pregnant, it’s been 1 week I insomnia if at night even until morning I could not sleep ,, how do I overcome it so that I can sleep normally again ?? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder where a person has difficulty falling asleep, both to start sleep and maintain sleep, so that it can interfere with one's activities. A good sleep is a good quality sleep with a quantity of 7-9 hours per day. Insomnia can be in the form of primary insomnia, insomnia that is not related to other medical conditions, and secondary insomnia caused by medical conditions such as depression, inflammation of the body, or acid reflux disease, as well as a history of drug or alcohol use.
Insomnia is basically caused by many factors such as stress, depression, unhealthy lifestyles, and certain medications, so modifying these factors can help improve the condition of the insomnia. In addition, keeping good sleep is also a way to overcome insomnia.
Here are tips for overcoming insomnia:
Avoid heavy activities such as exercise and heavy eating about 1 hour before bedtime.
Avoid paparangadget at least 1 hour before bedtime.
Make the bedroom environment comfortable, such as periodically cleaning the bedroom, installing dim lights in the bedroom.
Getting used to the bedroom is only used for sleeping, such as not eating and working or studying in the bedroom.
Avoid consumption of alcoholic and caffeinated drinks.
Maintain a healthy lifestyle, such as fulfilling nutritional needs, drinking 2-3 liters of water per day, exercising regularly, and not smoking.
Manage stress well, talk about complaints you feel with those closest to you.
Hopefully this information can help and hopefully your condition gradually improves.