We spend about one-third of our lives either sleeping or attempting to do so. And recent studies show that there’s an association between a mother’s sleeping position and a baby’s well-being. Due to changes in the body, regular positions may no longer be safe during pregnancy. We have studied what positions you can try to get some much-needed rest without posing any harm to you or your unborn child.
1. Sleeping on your stomach
If you used to sleep on your belly before you were pregnant, you can stick with this position in the early months of pregnancy since there’s no evidence that shows this can cause harm to you or your baby. However, after the first trimester, you simply won’t be able to lay on your stomach comfortably due to your growing baby bump, so it’ll be very unlikely that you will choose to rest in this position.
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