The Health Site speaks to an expert about tips for improving sleep in moms with post-natal insomnia.

Motherhood can be a whole new ballgame that comes with a lot of responsibility and balancing it could be a very overwhelming experience. Most mothers find it extremely hard to balance their new motherhood along with work.  Battling time & energy to ensure the best care for your baby and not sabotaging your work life can come with a lot of health complications.

The journey of motherhood could be a demanding role but it’s imperative to keep an eye out for your health. Sleep deprivation is one of the most immediate changes associated with parenthood. This doesn’t mean that your getting less sleep but your sleep cycle is dependent on your baby’s sleep cycle.

Waking up every few hours to tend to your baby remains consistent during the first 18 postpartum weeks. This could also lead to postpartum depression and mood swings.