pregnant woman taking a nap on couch at home

It’s time to give into that pregnancy fatigue: a new study finally says naps during pregnancy are good for baby’s health. Specifically, napping is linked to a healthier birth weight, decreasing the risk of baby being born too small.

Researchers in China, where afternoon napping is common, looked at data from over 10,000 women involved in the the ongoing Healthy Baby Cohort study. As part of the study, women answered questions about their sleep habits during pregnancy after delivery. Compared to women who reported no napping at all, women who reported taking afternoon naps for at least an hour and a half had a significantly lower chance…

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