Midwife and accredited sleep consultant Amanda Bude says eight out of 10 pregnant women have sleep problems and prenatal education is needed.
She advises mums to go to sleep on their sides during the first four to six hours when sleep is deepest and they are unlikely to shift positions.
If the woman wakes later and is on her back, there is no need for panic. The falling asleep position is what is important.
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