For many pregnant mothers, the habit of staying up late formed before pregnancy has not been corrected after pregnancy.

Play on the mobile phone for a while, watch a TV play and brush the microblog… Many times, the concept of mobile phone playing does not stop. TV plays seem endless. As soon as the microblog is brushed, you don’t know how fast time passes. It’s still not uncommon to go to bed late or even reverse day and night during pregnancy.

You may think that staying up late during pregnancy just makes you more tired and worse at work the next day, but you don’t know that staying up late during pregnancy hurts your baby more than you think!

  ☆   You’re staying up late. What’s Taibao doing?

When fetal treasure is in his mother’s stomach, he is in sleep most of the time. However, after the second trimester of pregnancy, their vision and hearing gradually mature and have a certain perception of the outside world.

If the outside voice is noisy or bright, Taibao may wake up and play for a while. If mother often stays up late, fetal treasure can feel it. They will be very excited at night and refuse to sleep.

  ☆   Often stay up late during pregnancy, what are the changes in baby birth?

“I often stay up late. Will my baby stay up late? Will she be a night owl like me?” Lili is five months pregnant. She often has insomnia recently. If she has insomnia, she simply goes to bed late, so she is particularly worried about this problem.

In fact, staying up late will not only affect the baby’s sleep, but also affect the baby’s growth and development and habit formation.

1. Work and rest rules are affected

Pregnant mothers often stay up late, and the work and rest law of fetal treasure in the stomach will also be affected, which will affect the baby’s biological clock. Many pregnant mothers who stay up late find that if they don’t sleep until two or three o’clock at night, Taibao is often reluctant to sleep in the middle of the night after birth. It is easy to turn upside down day and night, and even often cry and have a big temper. It will be very difficult for the baby to take.

2. Growth and development are affected

The endocrine of the pregnant mother’s body is easy to be disordered, which affects the metabolic function of the body, which will also affect the healthy development of the fetus. Studies have shown that lack of sleep during pregnancy will increase the risk of neonatal underweight and other complications.

In addition, pregnant mothers often stay up late, which is easy to cause the baby to grow slowly after birth.

☆ pregnant mothers often stay up late, and they are also affected

We all know that staying up late can make people ugly, and the same is true for pregnant mothers. If you often stay up late, your skin will have various problems, such as oil, acne, roughness, yellowish face, long spots and so on.

Staying up late will also affect the emotional and physical health of pregnant mothers.

Pregnant mothers who stay up late are more prone to emotional excitement, insomnia, forgetfulness, irritability, anxiety and other symptoms, which is not only not conducive to the healthy development of the fetus, but also increase the risk of abortion after pregnancy. Staying up late is also easy to make people feel tired and reduce immunity, which is easy to increase colds and gastrointestinal diseases.

Therefore, during pregnancy, mothers had better not stay up late.

It is suggested that pregnant mothers go to sleep early at night. If they can’t sleep tortured by pregnancy symptoms, such as frequent urination, vomiting and various reactions in the third trimester, they can try to close their eyes and refresh themselves, or listen to relaxed music, instead of brushing their mobile phones and watching TV dramas. They should concentrate on cultivating sleep and try to avoid doing activities that are easy to excite brain cells. We need to ensure enough sleep and adequate and balanced nutrition every day in order to make the fetal treasure develop better and the pregnant mother have a better and healthier state.


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