Finally you have your baby at home and you begin the adventure of motherhood. Happiness arrives in equal parts with certain inconveniences derived from the new situation, starting with the postpartum discomfort among which insomnia is particularly important. Insomnia after delivery is inevitable due
Finally you have your baby at home and you begin the adventure of motherhood. Happiness arrives in equal parts with certain inconveniences derived from the new situation, starting with the postpartum discomfort among which insomnia is particularly important. Insomnia after delivery is inevitable due to fatigue and physical discomfort because your body keeps changing. But without a doubt, that baby and his crazywakefulness and sleep schedules
are what will prevent you from remembering what it is to sleep 7 hours straight. Even so, we have some tricks to treat insomnia after childbirth. How to treat insomnia after childbirth - Hours.
You should forget for a time your usual sleep schedules and adapt to the baby's schedule. Getting up to breastfeed in the middle of the night supposes a total rupture of the
sleep cycle , but learn from your baby and you can also sleep during the day. - Priorities.We insist that the best trick to treat insomnia after childbirth is to modify your life perspective and establish new priorities
. If the baby falls asleep in the middle of the morning, forget about cleaning, putting on the washing machine or cooking and getting into bed for a brief but restful sleep. - Bed. Try to sleep in bed no matter what time it is. It is most tempting to lie on the couch for a while while your baby sleeps, but if you go to bed you will get more rest.- Help.
You are the mother but you do not have to exercise all the time. Ask for help. The father can also and should take care of the baby without any concern on your part. Do not hesitate to ask for help from your mother, your sister or your friends so that they can take care of the baby for a few hours and that you can rest. - Relaxation. Your life has become a madness of responsibilities and obligations and you have come to forget yourself. Experts say that dedicating about 10 minutes to relaxation
can help you recover all the energy you need and sleep better. Try yoga for you and your baby and do not leave rest in the background. - Infusions. Use the power of the plants, and if you are very nervous and you can not reconcile the dreams, help yourself with an infusion of valerian. It will make you relax and get to sleep at any time of the day. Laura Vélez.