Women

Nearly 35% of women report getting less than the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep each night. In our guides specific to the sleep needs of women, we’ll cover how much sleep you really need at each age, how hormones from menstruation and menopause can affect sleep, and how to ensure you’re getting your full eight hours.

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Sleeping While Pregnant: Picking the Right Position for You and Your Baby

Pregnancy is arguably one of the most profound and pivotal times in a woman’s life, both physically and emotionally. Your body is undergoing a rapid evolution, including surges of hormones that are necessary to maintain pregnancy. These hormones are also responsible for mood swings and daytime sleepiness. It's important to obtain as much quality rest as possible during the transformative time of pregnancy. We’ll cover what to expect at bedtime for each trimester, including tips to improve your sleep, and how to pick the ideal sleeping position for you and your baby during pregnancy.