Elevate your head while you sleep to help breathing problems.
Sleep on your side — use a maternity pillow to support your back and knees.
Limit the amount of caffeine that you take in.
Keep a regular sleep schedule.
Avoid electronics for the hour before bedtime. Take this time to prepare for bed or read a relaxing book.
Relieve stress by doing yoga or going for a walk.
Pregnancy Sleep Physicians believe that no one deserves a superpower more than an expectant mom and her baby. Our mission is to give you perfect sleep so that everything in you and your baby’s life becomes easier and better.
Each of our twenty-two board-certified physicians specializes in a unique aspect of care. We treat every facet of respiratory disease, including asthma, allergy, immune deficiencies, chronic cough, pediatric pulmonary disease, and treat sleep disorders. Our health care team combines state-of-the-art diagnostic and imaging equipment with the latest evidence-based research and highly individualized care to ensure your visit is as comfortable and efficient as possible.