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Subject: Happy Mother's Day from ProjectZ!

Message: Pregnancy is an exciting and joyful time for many expecting parents, but it can also impact your ability to get a good night’s sleep. Moms and dads can have a rough 9 months leading up to the birth of a child. Maybe it is too late for you to act on this advice but I'm sure you can find someone to share these tips with!

When pregnant, stick with a consistent sleep schedule to encourage your body to sleep throughout the night and remain alert during the day. Daytime naps might occasionally feel necessary, but cut back if they interfere with your nighttime sleep. Regular exercise (under your doctor’s supervision, of course) can also help you sleep better. Try to sleep on your left side for optimal blood and nutrient flow to your baby. It’s better not to sleep on your back during your pregnancy. Drink plenty of water during the day, but taper off during the evening hours so that you don’t need to use the bathroom throughout the night. Try installing a nightlight rather than switching on a bright light during bathroom visits so that you remain drowsy enough to fall right back to sleep. Meditating, gentle walks, or other pleasurable activities can help you feel less stressed.

Call To Action: Complete ProjectZ challenges for better sleep health

Subject: Power Down to Power Up

Message: Did you know that the blue light emitting from your electronic devices can disrupt your sleep if you are using these devices before bed? This is because the light detected from your devices by your eyes sends messages to your brain that it is still daytime. Therefore your brain does not release the hormone melatonin, which is a signal for your brain to enter into "sleep mode". 

ProjectZ recommends powering down all devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, game consoles, and desktop computers) at least one hour before bedtime to get better sleep.  
Sound like too much of a challenge? If you must use your electronic devices before bed, look for an online application designed to alter the blue light on your device (some devices already have this function built-in). The other work around is to purchase a pair of inexpensive blue blocker glasses that have special yellow-orange colored lenses. The lenses work to block out the stimulating effects of the blue light on your brain. 

Call To Action: Complete ProjectZ challenges for better sleep health