During the long -term pregnancy, sleeping is too uncomfortable. I am afraid of hypoxia?Pregnant mothers do this and sleep more comfortably!

During pregnancy, pregnant mothers often hear that the left side is required, because the left side can avoid hypoxia.This is indeed the benefits of the left side.But many people can’t stand the long -term left.But what should I do if they are worried about affecting the health of the fetus?

If you have no special situation and yourself during the birth check, in fact, as long as you are not lying on your stomach or sleeping, you can basically sleep on the right side or lie down and wait for the posture of the fetus.Mainly pregnant mothers need to pay attention to their sleep and sleep quality.Sleep well, eat well, and the fetus naturally grows well.

However, if the doctor’s examination, the doctor recommends that you need to lie on the left side, then it is best to lie on the left side, because the fetus and the body needs it, which will greatly help the development and growth of the fetus.So what are the benefits of lying on the left side?

During pregnancy, the problem of umbilical cord around the neck is very common. It is a common phenomenon for 1 to 2 weeks around the neck for 1 to 2 weeks.Although it is very common, if you encounter the umbilical cord around the neck, the pregnant mother will still be very worried.The pregnant mother who is on the left side of pregnancy can prevent the baby’s umbilical cord from around the neck.When the baby is about 5 months of pregnancy, the activity range is relatively large, stretching his arms, vomiting bubbles, etc. If the pregnant mother is lying on the left side, the umbilical cord is not easy to be around the neck.

Many pregnant mothers know the reason for the left side because they are worried that other postures may cause their baby to be hypoxic.In fact, the left lying position can provide the baby with sufficient oxygen.Human breathing is that the air enters the lungs, and hemoglobin is moleculed with oxygen, and it reaches the whole body with the flow of blood.The blood on the left side is more likely to flow into the uterus to breathe the baby to avoid the baby’s hypoxia.

At the same time, in the late pregnancy, as the fetus increases, a slight right rotation will appear in the uterus, and the sleeping position on the left side can improve the right rotation of the uterus, reduce the compression of the organs of the internal organs, and it is conducive to the supply of blood flow.To avoid the phenomenon of fetal hypoxia.

During pregnancy, as the fetus increases, there is a certain squeeze for the stomach, so some pregnant mothers will show the symptoms of gastric discomfort.Because the stomach is in a suspended position during pregnancy, the discomfort of the stomach is normal, and the left lying position will reduce the discomfort of the stomach.

Therefore, if you usually feel discomfort during pregnancy, you can take more left lying position. Of course, if there are no symptoms during pregnancy, you can ensure that sleep is important according to your normal sleeping position.

If you have to lie on the left side for a long time, you can’t change more postures, you can try to do so, and you will sleep more comfortably.

Pregnant mothers use auxiliary tools to help sleep.

If the pregnant mothers are uncomfortable for a long time during pregnancy, they can help improve their discomfort through these auxiliary tools and make them sleep more comfortably.For example, using pregnant women’s pillows, small pillows, U -shaped pillows, etc. These three categories are relatively common auxiliary tools.Pregnant mothers can use these tools to choose a comfortable posture suitable for their left side according to their own situation.

Therefore, lying on the left side of pregnancy is not only to prevent fetal hypoxia, but also many benefits.But it is not to say that all pregnant mothers need to go on the left.It is the best to choose a sleeping position that suits you according to the situation of yourself and the fetus.

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