Olivia has a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), a Certificate of Sleep Psychology, Diploma of Health Science (Nutritional Medicine) and a Certificate 3+4 in Fitness. She also appeared on The Today Show and writes for The Daily Mail and news.com.au
If you are one of the 79% of pregnant women who was struggling to sleep well every single night this is for you. But first I'm Olivia Arezzolo, I am a sleep expert and I'm here on behalf of Cuddle Buddy. We are bringing you Pillow Talk to give you bite-sized information for your best night's sleep.
So pregnant ladies here are 2 hot tips:
- #1 avoid caffeine. this means coffee teas even decaf so when you drink caffeine you are more likely urinate and you're probably already irritating enough throughout the evening and it's waking you up over and over again so avoiding caffeine is one of the best ways that you can sleep through the night
- Tip #2 is avoid sleeping on your back. Now this means that you are less likely toss and turn because you're more comfortable.