It’s normal to have trouble sleeping at any point during pregnancy, but many expectant women suffer from sleep disorders from the second through the third trimester, as other pregnancy symptoms increase and a burgeoning baby bump makes it harder than ever to be comfortable in bed. Commonly used sedative hypnotics, such as zolpidem, there is limited reproductive safety data, which limits their use in pregnancy. Insomnia and frequent snoring have also been linked to an increased risk of giving birth to a baby that is too big or too small for their age, and sleep problems in late pregnancy have been linked to prolonged labor and a greater need for a C-section. Drink plenty of water during the day, but stop drinking a few hours before bed so you don’t have to wake up to go to the bathroom. Drop the screens.