Posted: June 22, 2016|Categories: All posts , Reverie News & Events , Sleep Science & Tech , Family & Relationships , Pregnancy & Motherhood , Bed Know-How|Tags: sleeping while pregnant , sleeping positions , pregnant mattress , pregnancy and sleep , ob/gyn , dr. amelia bailey , can't sleep while pregnant|
By Dr. Amelia Bailey, Ob/Gyn
As an Ob-Gyn in the third trimester of my second pregnancy, I am keenly aware of the many changes the female body undergoes while doing the very important work of growing a new life. Hormones surge, ligaments and skin stretch, and bones shift to accommodate your little one, who starts off as one cell and becomes trillions of cells by birth. Momentous, certainly. But it also sounds uncomfortable, right? It is. So what can we do to make sure these nine months are more joy than pain while nurturing our future astrophysicists? One of the most important steps is ensuring adequate nightly amounts of peaceful sleep in spite of our frequent bathroom visits.
Dr. Amelia Bailey, who is currently pregnant, came up with a DreamCell™