In Search of Sleep

More Sleep Tips

Aromas such as lavender and chamomile induce sleep, so try placing a sachet or reed diffuser next to your bed (but never burn a candle).

Can't get back to sleep? Don't get worked up because anxiety about insomnia makes it worse. Leave your bed and read in another room until you feel tired again.

Maybe you can't blame it all on the baby. According to studies, women are more likely than men to be disturbed by a partner's tossing and turning (not to mention snoring!).


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