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Pregnancy Insomnia

Frequent sleep disturbance is experienced by pregnant women, especially during the first and third trimesters. This is known as pregnancy insomnia. Pregnant women often wake up at night due to out-of-control hormones, bathroom breaks, or due to heart burns and other pregnancy-related issues. This is common in pregnancy but can also occur due to the presence of other co-morbid conditions. There are various home remedies and treatments that are effective in helping pregnant women sleep better.

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I developed insomnia and anxiety post-delivery. How to overcome my anxiety?

Query: Hi doctor, I am a feeding mother to a 6-month-old baby. I am unable to sleep because of intrusive, repetitive thoughts. I encountered insomnia and anxiety since delivery. Kindly suggest me a solution to overcome this.  Read Full »

Dr. Deepak Dass

Answer: Hi, Welcome to I noted the issues that you are facing post-delivery. However, I need more details about the type of repetitive thoughts and the nightmares you face. Therefore, I suggest you take the medicine Aconite NAP 30C (homeopathic anti-anxiety medicine) five pills once a day for t...  Read Full »

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