Take naps: If possible, try to nap when the baby naps to help make up for lost sleep.
Establish a bedtime routine: A consistent bedtime routine can help signal to your body that it is time to wind down and sleep.
Make your sleep environment comfortable: Keep your bedroom dark, cool, and quiet, and invest in a comfortable mattress and pillows.
Avoid caffeine and alcohol: These substances can disrupt sleep patterns and should be avoided close to bedtime.
Get help with household tasks: Ask your partner, family, or friends to help with household chores and other tasks to give you more time to rest.
Consider using a sleep aid: If you are having difficulty falling or staying asleep, talk to your doctor about the possibility of using a sleep aid.
Seek support: If you are experiencing persistent sleep difficulties, it may be helpful to seek the guidance of a mental health professional or a sleep specialist. They can provide additional support and treatment as needed.
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