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    If you are one of those who is finding it difficult to sleep during pregnancy then you are not alone. Your ability to sleep comfortably gets even harder as your pregnancy progresses. However, you can solve this problem by getting yourself a good pregnancy pillow.
    Getting a good pregnancy pillow is important for pregnant women if they want to minimize their body pain and to sleep comfortably. It is in your interest to sleep on your side as sleeping on your back could strain your blood-vessels and lead to dizziness. Buying the best pregnancy pillow will ensure that you retain the right position when you sleep and don’t exert pressure on your body. Read here:*https://bestpillowsleepers.com/

    Most pregnant women that have used pregnancy pillows have noticed a big difference in their life after using these pillows. Also, many doctors recommend that you get the best pregnancy pillow to help you sleep better. Most pregnant women that have used these pillows find it difficult to sleep without these pillows. Getting one good pregnancy pillow is a better alternative than using many ordinary pillows.

    When buying pregnancy pillow it is important that you buy pillows that provide full body support. Avoid buying pillows that don’t provide the required body support just because they are cheap. The best pregnancy pillows will provide support to the entire body and reduce the turning and tossing action of the body and will also help the body stay in alignment.
    There are different shapes and sizes of pregnancy pillows available in the market. Make sure you check if the pillow is comfortable before you buy them. Some pregnancy pillows provide excellent neck and head support but may not support to the back and belly. There are other pillows that provide support to the neck, head and back or belly. These pillows don’t provide support to both the back and belly and may not provide you the comfort that you are looking for. View my tumblr:*https://bestpillowsleepers.tumblr.com/

    The best pregnancy pillow will provide support to your head, back, neck and the belly. Some pregnancy pillows also provide support to your feet when required. These pillows are usually “U” shaped and may require an extra space when compared to other pregnancy pillows. These “U” shaped pregnancy pillows are usually called the ‘back n belly body pillows’ or ‘the full support body pillows’. These pillows are a bit expensive when compared to other pregnancy pillows but are the best pregnancy pillows that you can invest in.

    High quality pregnancy pillows are difficult to find. Since it is related with the comfort of the pregnant lady, you need to take extra care, while buying these pillows. A number of brands are offering pregnancy pillows in the market but for the sake of comfort you have to choose the best one for you. Recently we analyzed some pregnancy pillows by some of the most popular companies and brands with my piillow pictures:*https://bestpillowsleepers.com/best-...back-sleepers/
    Mom Cozy Comfort Pregnancy Pillow

    *and found it one of the best.Pregnancy pillows are useful for pregnant women, since they provide great care and support to their body. There are a number of companies that are offering these pillows but finding a good one is vital. One of the most prominent names among the available options is Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow. To help readers, we compared the same with some other pillows of other brands. There are numerous features that made Leachco Snoogle a leading brand for pregnancy pillows. Here are a few observations.
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    Hi Hungtri

    I'm Mick. Currently 42 years old and was diagnosed 3.5 years ago. I live in Ireland and I have to say that the team over here in Dublin try their best to help us. That along with the forum keeps me going. Do you have a mnd clinic close by? I also rely on my family a lot. Anyone with a big family around them are lucky I think. Talk to you soon I hope.

    Mick.

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    Hi Hungtrio, sorry that you had to join us on this journey but very glad that you found this forum as it helps all of us and we try to support each other. Take care. Lynne
    ALS diagnosed November 2017, limb onset. For the 4 yrs previously I was losing my ballance.
    I'm staying positive and taking each day as it comes.

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    Hi Hungtrio
    Sorry you hand to join us, my wife was diagnosed last October and I found the support here very good. Have to agree with Mike, you really need family around, unfortunately for the wife and myself our daughter lives 5 hours away in Cornwall, and as I'm main carer I only wish my daughter was a lot closet, sometimes my wife and I feel so alone
    Take care
    Tim and Mary

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    Welcome Hungtri,
    Intriguing alias...?
    You are among friends here and before very long, loads of people will be able to share advice and support.
    Keep visiting the forum and feel free to tell us more about yourself and your diagnosis.
    Marigold

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    Hi sorry you had to come and join this lovely forum

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    Hi welcome to the forum , if you are the person with MND or a carer you will find lots of help and support here .
    Feel free to ask anything or say anything , there will always be someone to listen
    Love Chris

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    Sadly welcome, I’m the Mum of a 34 yr old diagnosed last September a few months after having her second child.

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