21. Sleep Issues
Changes in sleep patterns are common for women who become pregnant. Some may toss and turn because of insomnia and others may fall into a deep sleep and cut some serious Zs. There have been quite a few instances where women only snore when they’re pregnant; thus, snoring may be another indicator of pregnancy early on.
More than 80 percent of pregnant women experience disturbed sleep throughout their pregnancy. All of the various physical and emotional adjustments that occur when a woman becomes pregnant unsurprisingly can lead to unhealthy sleep patterns. During early pregnancy, women tend to get the best sleep. As their baby grows and their bodies become tired throughout the day, insomnia can set in. Having a bedtime routine, drinking plenty of water, and eating a healthy dinner can help you try to get some good rest.