The Mayo Clinic attributes fatigue in pregnant women to an increase in the hormone, progesterone, as well as a more active metabolism coupled with changes in blood pressure and production. The best way to alleviate fatigue during pregnancy is through a restful night’s sleep. However, for some this could be easier said than done which is why we’ve put together a list of tips for sleeping better during your pregnancy.

If you experience back pain…

Many women struggle with back pain during pregnancy. Back pain can impede your body’s ability to receive adequate sleep and prolong feelings of fatigue while pregnant. Maternity belts are a great way to offset back pain during pregnancy as well as useful for maintaining comfort while exercising. Exercise is a great way to sustain a healthy weight and allow for a better night’s sleep. Aeroflow Breastpumps offers an array of maternity belts for purchase online. Visit our online store today as your first step toward improving sleep during pregnancy by obtaining a maternity belt.

If you experience sleep apnea…

Sleep apnea is another inhibitor which may occur during pregnancy. Think of sleep apnea as pauses in breathing while sleeping. Some symptoms of sleep apnea include: feeling tired during the day, snoring, waking with a headache or dry mouth, and frequent urination at night. Many of the aforementioned symptoms are common during pregnancy, but if you are concerned sleep apnea may be an issue for you then speak to your healthcare professional. You may be a candidate for a C-PAP machine to treat your sleep apnea condition. If it is determined that you have sleep apnea then Aeroflow can provide you with a C-PAP machine to improve your condition and reduce fatigue during the day time.

Aeroflow Breastpumps is committed to helping moms throughout their entire pregnancy, from maternity belts and C-PAP machines, to breastfeeding supplies such as breastpumps. We understand sleep is imperative to a healthy lifestyle and is especially important during pregnancy. By remembering these tips for sleeping better during pregnancy you could improve the overall health of you and your baby.