Sleeping well at the end of your pregnancy can be no simple task, thanks to the many factors that make getting a good eight hours of shut-eye a serious challenge. Between the heartburn, restless legs, squished bladder, pre-labor jitters and uncomfortable size, it’s a wonder women in their third trimester sleep at all! But not to worry, moms who have already been there are here to share their very best tips for getting a great night’s rest. And you’re going to want to sleep as much as possible before your little one arrives and makes restful nights a thing of the past. In fact, I’ve heard people guess that you wake so often in your last trimester to get used to doing so when the baby arrives. I find this “practice” wholly unnecessary.
Follow these suggestions, and sleep while you can!