Once you fall into a bad sleeping pattern, it can be a monumental task getting out of it. Whether you are a new mom and have a little baby waking you constantly throughout the night or you are a seasoned mom burning the midnight oil to get everything done, establishing good Sleep habits may be the last thing on your mind. Your usual routines go out the window, and you end up developing poor habits.
The good news is that you can improve your Sleep Hygiene, even when you are juggling a million other things such as motherhood, work, friends, and more.
Avoid Daytime Naps
One of the biggest challenges we face as new moms and busy moms is avoiding sleeping during the day when you are exhausted. It’s important to stick to a routine as much as possible, or you will end up developing habits that will be hard to break at a later stage. Your natural body clock needs to be maintained, although there is a little leeway for making changes according to your baby’s sleep patterns. If you have to sleep because you are too tired to carry on without it, make sure you do so before 3 pm - and time after that will impact on your sleep hygiene far too much.
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