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Emotional and Physical Comfort for Expectant Moms


By Maria Bailey


Pregnancy can be a beautiful and magical time; the beginning of a remarkable journey. It can also, however, be a restless and uncomfortable time, especially during the third trimester.


A recent survey of nearly 500 pregnant women conducted by BlueSuitMom.com and Nestlé® Good Start® Supreme, revealed that three out of four of pregnant women are in discomfort because they cannot get a good night's rest. This survey, as well as other research, confirms that moms-to-be are physically and emotionally uncomfortable with labor, delivery and the idea of motherhood, among other things. Research shows both a physical and emotional interplay, so it is important that moms-to-be remain comfortable and relaxed during their pregnancy, and that everyone -- family members, friends, partners or parents -- contribute to help them remain comfortable.
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