Poor Sleep Can Impact a Soon-To-Be Mom’s Mental Health

New research suggests that nearly 30% of expectant mothers experience poor quality sleep, which can double their risk for antepartum depression, antepartum anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The findings suggest that steps to maintain good sleep hygiene may have a protective effect on a pregnant woman’s mental health. Maternal Child and Health Journal, July 2022

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