It is no surprise that sleeping whilst you are pregnant can be quite difficult and stressful, and the right mattress can make a world of difference. Now this does not mean you should go out and buy a completely new mattress just because you are pregnant, but if you know that you will be trying, you may want to just look into it. And sleep is the most important thing for a mother to be – as we all know you won’t be getting much rest afterwards.


During your first trimester, you will quite often feel sleepy and want to take naps. It is very important that you get whatever rest you can, so you should sleep in whatever position is comfortable. This includes your front and back. You’re going to need a lot of support, and the best mattress is going to be a must for how often you will find yourself laying, sitting, or resting.


In the second trimester, you will feel the baby’s weight more, which can be quite uncomfortable and can put extra pressure on certain areas of your body. This is when a soft mattress will help. The recommended sleeping position in on your left side, as sleeping on your back will cause your bump to press against the main blood vessel, and this can cause you to feel faint. You do not want a medium to hard mattress-inquirer as it is not ideal for sleeping on your side, and during the rest of your pregnancy you will have to sleep on your left side. The best mattress will be able to support you and your child safely.


Finally during the third trimester, your lower back may be the source of your pain, as it does support your baby’s increasing weight. To ease this pain whilst you are sleeping, you must continue to sleep on your left side with a pillow underneath your head, in between your knees and finally, under and around you bump. This should ease discomfort and take pressure off your muscles and your hips.