The Snoozle slide sheet blog - Tips for sleeping with pain

3 Tips to Overcome the Sleeping Challenges During Pregnancy

Tricks for better sleep when pregnant
Everyone tells you to get as much sleep as possible while pregnant because it will be difficult to get much sleep after the baby is born. But, even if you didn't have any trouble before you were pregnant, the pregnancy might interfere with good rest. It is common for pregnant women to experience insomnia and difficulties with getting a sound sleep. There are several reasons why you may experience sleeping problems. For example: frequent bathroom trips, leg cramps, anxiety and difficulty finding a comfortable position... Read more!

Best Sleep Positions for Pregnant Women

Best sleeping position for pregnancy
If you think that you have trouble sleeping at night, just wait until you've got a blossoming baby bump to maneuver during the night. It gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “tossing and turning!” So, how do you get a restful night’s sleep, when your belly feels like a squirmy watermelon and you have pelvic girdle pain? Try these positions to improve your sleep... Read more!

4 Techniques for Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) Relief

PGP in pregnancy makes you crazy.
If you are suffering from PGP, you might feel a bit like jumping off a cliff and the sooner the better. You have yet to figure out how to sleep when pregnant. Those shooting pains in your rear and the burning or knife point pain in your hips and back are now the bane of your existence. I'm sure you didn't seek us out so that we could remind you of every little ache and pain. Let's look at some of the best ways to soothe your aching body and soul... Read more!

3 annoying pregnancy sleep problems

Pregnancy sleep problems

Did you know that when you are pregnant, you might get very tired. I'm kidding! Of course you know. Growing a baby is hard work. You are supplying your baby with all the nutrients he or she needs in order to grow into a healthy little human being and that takes a lot of eating (woohoo!) and resting on your part. I get kind of exhausted just thinking about it. My youngest will be 4 in a few days and I'm still tired... Read more.

 

Sleeping with severe Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)

Pregnancy related PGPSince you‘re here, reading this blog post, I suppose you already know that pregnancy can be quite uncomfortable, especially in the third trimester. We all know that it's best to be as well rested as possible to care for your new born baby, but pregnancy symptoms can make resting extremely difficult. Many pregnant women get PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain) during pregnancy. 
Amongst other things, the pain associated with PGP can make falling asleep a struggle. Pregnancy insomnia is definitely a thing, and it can make you frustrated beyond belief.... Read more!

Make sleeping while pregnant more comfortable

Tired in the third trimesterMany pregnant women find it very hard to sleep, especially in the later months, when you start getting much bigger and more weight is put on your back and hips. I should know it, this here is a picture of me when I was pregnant with my third little girl (nr. 2 is with me in the picture). I was severely sleep deprived, puffy and in a world of pain. I usually had crutches but they're not in the picture. I decided to share it with you, even if it's not the best picture of me. There are many things that can cause you to have trouble sleeping, including discomforts, aches, frequent urination, and heartburn... Read more

How to sleep when pregnant

How to sleep when pregnantIf you’re pregnant, then you’re probably sick of hearing “you better get some sleep now, because you’re going to need it when that baby comes.” Almost every pregnant woman on earth has more than likely been told this mantra several times throughout the entire course of her pregnancy. But how can you sleep when towards the end of the pregnancy sleep becomes almost impossible due to pelvic girdle pain, breathlessness and a large baby in your belly making it difficult to turn from side-to-side?... Read more