SNOOZE HAPPILY

THE SHORTCUT TO SOUND SLEEP.

Even though you spend most of the day feeling like you are falling asleep on your feet, you may be finding it hard to get any sleep at night.

Much less than the 10 hours a woman in the throws of her last trimester would ideally be getting. Try these tips for getting some shut-eye:

Nap when you can

Although sleeping a solid stretch at night is best for your overall health, catnaps throughout the day can give you a much-needed energy boost.

Create a routine

A regular night time ritual will let your body know it’s time to shut down and catch some Zzzs.

Stay active

We know it’s hard. But try. The more exercise you get during the day, the better you’ll sleep at night.

Set your alarm

Although it's more customary to set an alarm to get you out of bed in the morning, try setting it to make sure you get into bed on time at night.

Get comfortable

A big, cozy maternity pillow and the right amount of covers will help to make you comfy enough to drift off to dreamland.

We wish you a good rest and sweet dreams!

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