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Insomnia Treatments for Pregnant Women Hillsboro OR

Local resource for insomnia treatments for pregnant women in Hillsboro. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to natural insomnia remedies, herbal remedies for insomnia, medical treatments for insomnia, and sleep clinics, as well as advice and content on finding sleep specialists in your area.

Pacific Sleep Program
(503) 228-4414
11790 SW Barnes Road
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
No, unless required by insurance
Ages Seen
12 - 101
Insurance
Insurance: Most standard insurances. Patient responsible for co-pays, etc.
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Oregon Sleep Associates
(503) 288-5201
2228 NW Pettygrove
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
Not required
Ages Seen
3 years and up
Insurance
Insurance: Most companies accepted. Call office for more information.
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: No

Providence Newberg Medical Center Sleep Disorder Center
(503) 537-5649
1515 Portland Road
Newberg, OR
Ages Seen
12 and up

Providence Portland Medical Center Sleep Center
(503) 215-3095
4805 Ne Glisan Street
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
Necessary
Ages Seen
16 +
Insurance
Insurance: Most carriers okay - you may check with the department or your insurance ca
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Central Oregon Sleep Disorders Center, LLC
(541) 306-4882
147 SW Shevlin-Hixon Avenue
Bend, OR
Ages Seen
18-99

Providence St. Vincent Sleep Disorders Center Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
(503) 215-8548
9155 SW Barnes Road
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
Necessary
Ages Seen
2 yrs. and up
Insurance
Insurance: Most insurances are accepted. Please call the sleep center or your insuran
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Legacy Sleep Disorders Center Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center
(503) 413-7540
1015 NW 22nd Avenue
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
Necessary
Ages Seen
3 and up
Insurance
Insurance: Most insurance carriers accepted
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Providence Milwaukie Sleep Disorders Laboratory* Providence Milwaukie Hospital
(503) 513-8383
10150 SE 32nd Avenue
Milwaukie, OR
Ages Seen
16 years and up

The Oregon Clinic
(503) 963-3185
1111 NE 99th Avenue
Portland, OR
Doctors Refferal
Required
Ages Seen
16+
Insurance
Insurance: Most plans accepted. Please call the office for more information.
Medicare: Yes
Medicaid: Yes

Samaritan Sleep Disorders Center
(541) 768-5262
3600 Nw Samaritan Drive
Corvallis, OR
Ages Seen
3 yrs to senior

Tips To Help You Sleep Well

Tips To Help You Sleep Well

Are you having trouble sleeping now that you're pregnant? While some women have no sleep problems during their pregnancy, other women toss and turn or suffer from insomnia sometime after conception. Try these tips to help you relax and get a good night's sleep:

It can be difficult if your baby has a different sleep routine than yours. Often, a baby will have a completely opposite schedule than you do, and this can be frustrating if he or she is doing flips in the womb at 3 am. You can massage your belly, or put on a relaxing CD, which can lull your baby to sleep.

Exercise can be a great way to establish a sleep routine. A regular fitness regimen has been proven to stabilize your mood, and prevent insomnia. Set aside half an hour each day for some sort of exercise, even if it's just walking around the block or stretching in your living room.

Avoid going to bed at different times each day. Your body has an internal clock, and gets thrown off balance if you're hitting the sheets at 9 pm one night and 1 am the next. Set your alarm for the same time each morning, and go to bed at the same time each evening.

Heartburn is a condition that affects about half of all pregnant women. Your pregnancy hormones relax your internal organs, so they don't function as well as they used to. Try sleeping with your upper body elevated on the bed, and ask your doctor about which antacids are safe during pregnancy.

Stay away from caffeine you should eliminate consumption anyways when you are pregnant before you go to bed. You do need to drink plenty of fluids, but limit beverages in the evenings. When you're pregnant, you may find you are running to the bathroom more frequently, and the last thing you need is to have a full bladder in the middle of the night.

Set aside a relaxation time each evening for at least 30 minutes. Everyone needs some time to unwind after ...

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