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Tips For Mothers To Sleep Better and Become More Productive

Tips For Mothers To Sleep Better and Become More Productive

When you’re a mother, it is easy not to get sleep. The time you spend watching your baby to make sure they’re safe, coupled with the moments you’re up sorting them out or feeding, means that it is very easy for a mother not to get any sleep at all. To try and combat this, we’re taking a look at a few tips to help mothers sleep better and be more productive.

Get Someone To Help

We say this in a general sense, as there is no one place where another pair of hands wouldn’t be helpful. Having someone else who can help you with the task of helping your little one is always going to be appreciated, and there’s so much they can do for you. Whether it is spending some time with the baby so you can catch up on your sleep, or look after them so you can tackle a big to-do list. If you’re looking for an excellent way to be more productive or get a better night’s sleep, then having someone around will give you peace of mind.

Get a new mattress

Sometimes, your sleeplessness has nothing to do with your child or the fact that they’re keeping you awake. It can sometimes be your bed. The mattress you have is really important for sleeping well, and if yours is old and worn out, then your sleep will suffer too. Getting a new mattress is a good idea, because then you’ll have something nice and comfortable to sleep on, and you’ll be confident that when you do sleep, you sleep well.

Keep your baby close

One of the reasons why sleep can sometimes be difficult and elusive is because you’re worrying. A new mother has every reason to be concerned, as the tiny and quite fragile person they’ve brought into the world isn’t right there where they can see them, they’re in a cot or crib in the next room. This means that it can be hard for parents to drift off, as they’re always on edge worrying about their newborn. If that’s the case, then just bring them in the room with you! Even if it’s only for the first few weeks, it’ll give you that all-important peace of mind, and help you to feel confident about the wellbeing of your child, and help you to sleep a little better.

Overall, these are just a few of the ways that mothers can sleep better and be more productive. Obviously, you’ll want to keep an eye on your baby as much as possible, but you should also make time for you and your wellbeing. Sleep is vital for staying in a good mood and having the motivation to get things done and is an integral part of our lives. While it is true that you might not get as much of it as you want, you should always try and sleep when you can, so that you can look after your baby and tackle everything on that big to-do list.

Written by Emily Green for Working Mother and legally licensed through the Matcha publisher network. Please direct all licensing questions to