Sleep Deprivation

Every new parent is sleep deprived. Sleep deprivation can be tough to deal with, especially if you're someone that needs a lot of sleep. Here you'll learn how to get more sleep, cope with sleep deprivation, and more.

8 Ways to Combat New Moms' Sleep Troubles

Baby's finally getting some shut-eye. Why aren't you? Here are eight ways to get the best postnatal rest.

Moms Respond: What Silly Things Have You Done While Sleep Deprived?

Moms speak out about the strange things they've done when they were lacking sleep.

Putting an End to Sleepless Nights

One mom attempts to sleep-train her baby in five days.

7 New Mom Sleep-Saving Tips

It's understandable if the term "walking zombie" describes you during your new mom days. The good news: You can almost always sneak in sleep. These sleep-saving moves will show you how.

Sleep Deprivation After Baby

After you have a baby, you'll probably need more sleep than ever before. Here's how to get it.

6 New Mom Secrets

While women spend pregnancy eagerly awaiting a baby, they don't anticipate some unexpected truths. Here, real moms speak up about new-mom woes so that you never have to say, "Why didn't anyone tell me?"

20 Big Signs You're a Sleep-Deprived Parent

Those all-nighters you pulled during college are child's play compared to the crushing exhaustion you feel as a new mom or dad. We asked Parents readers to share the silliest things they've done due to lack of zzz's. Get ready to laughand commiserate.

Why Less Sleep May Not Be So Bad

A new study reveals how interrupted sleep wreaks havoc on your mind and body the next day.

New-Mom Sleep Survey

13,000 women fill us in on the surprising sleep habits of new moms.

5 Signs You're a Sleep-Deprived Parent

Once you become a parent, it may feel like getting a good night's sleep is a thing of the past, but that shouldn't be!

Not Enough ZZZs = Weight Gain?

If you're a sleep-deprived mom who gets less than seven hours of shut-eye a night, don't be surprised if those extra pounds are going nowhere -- even if you're active and watch your calories!

Postpartum Depression: "I started having a lot of problems sleeping."

Stacey began noticing signs of postpartum depression, including sleep problems, 5 or 6 weeks after having her daughter. Two weeks after beginning treatment, Stacey realized she no longer felt anxious. Watch as she shares her story and offers advice to other moms.

In Search of Sleep

Expert advice on how to get a good night's sleep -- tonight.

20 Big Signs You're a Sleep-Deprived Parent

Those all-nighters you pulled during college are child's play compared to the crushing exhaustion you feel as a new mom or dad. We asked Parents readers to share the silliest things they've done due to lack of zzz's. Get ready to laugh--and commiserate.

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