Did You Know?
According to a study by Silentnight Beds, in the first 2 years of their child's life, parents miss out on 6 months worth of sleep.
Being a new mom is not an easy job. The transition from a woman to a mother is filled with many obstacles, but the tiny baby cradled in the arms make it absolutely worth it. The numerous responsibilities and sacrifices can take a toll on the health. Not to forget the postpartum depression and all the pressure. Most moms are always wondering if they are doing things right because they want to be perfect moms. Amongst all this, it is important not to ignore sleep.
Ways to Get Sleep After Having a Baby
If your mother or mother-in-law wants to help you, don't say no. Trying to do everything on your own may sound cool, but it's not easy. Eventually, it will take a toll on your health. If your friends, neighbors, or relatives are genuinely taking an effort to ease some load off your shoulders, just let them. Compromise a little, if need be, and utilize that time to doze off.
Sleep deprivation is very common in new parents. Good sleep is the foundation of a healthy body. If the mind and body is sound, then only can one properly take care of their little bundle of joy. Things are easier said than done, and dealing with sleep deprivation is not easy, but not impossible either.