Impact of Poor Sleep For Pregnant Women

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Are you struggling to get the right amount of sleep at night? Even if you haven’t been suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or another issue plaguing sleep for very long, it can add up in a hurry. And, this can be a major problem for pregnant women hoping to maintain their physical and mental health. To that end, Psychology Today recently wrote an article, discussing the link between pregnancy mental health and sleep.

  • Duration – Many people want to know how much sleep is enough before mental health pays a price. Unfortunately, all it takes is getting less than 8 hours to increase the risk of depression and anxiety.
  • Quality – People also ask just how poor the sleep needs to be, in order to become a major toll on mental health. The piece quotes a study that showed poor quality of sleep is a bigger issue for emotional health than duration.
  • Checks – Are you getting the right amount of quality sleep? The piece discusses a check list to help you figure that out.

Do you need to find a way to start getting more regular sleep? If that sounds impossible to you, then you need to check out what Dr. Jay R. Goldman has to offer. He has helped many patients overcome their issues, and you can be the next to experience that. The good news is that you don’t have to suffer in silence anymore. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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