Getting a good night’s rest when you are pregnant can be a difficult thing. Many women experience everything from muscle aches to heartburn while trying to sleep, resulting in sleepless nights. You need to remain well-rested while providing the best care for your unborn child. If you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant soon, MiniJumbuk can take care of your growing family's sleeping needs.
Pregnant mothers have enough to worry about as it is, with doctor’s appointments, morning sickness, and changing bodies. You shouldn’t have to worry about getting quality sleep. MiniJumbuk's wool bedding will help you get to sleep fast and stay asleep longer, giving you more energy during the day. The soft, natural fibres adjust to the shape of your body, giving you extra comfort to help fall asleep.
Best Sleep Position for Expectant Mothers
SOS, or Sleep on Side, is considered to be the ideal sleep position for most pregnant women. As the name implies, SOS involves sleeping on the side instead of the back or stomach. This increases the amount of blood and nutrients that reach the baby, especially when sleeping on the mother’s left side.
How Wool Can Help With Pregnancy Side Effects
Throughout the first trimester of pregnancy, lethargy and fatigue can be common side effects. The body boosts the amount of progesterone it produces, leaving you feeling tired. Insomnia can set in, leaving you with little sleep. Our wool bedding products will keep you feeling nice and comfortable so you can get the most out of your night of sleep. Wool and cotton bedding have greater breathability than synthetic materials, reducing discomfort from hot flushes common to pregnant women.
At the start of the third trimester, the baby will start to put a strain on your back and muscles. It’s at this point many doctors recommend women sleep exclusively on their sides if they have not already adopted the SOS sleep system. Allow the therapeutic warmth of a wool mattress topper to gently conform to the contours of your body, relieving pain and stiffness. The wool fibres maintain optimal body temperature, giving your muscles the relief they need after a long day.