A routinely administered single-item measure of sleep disturbance could identify pregnant individuals who are at risk for PPD and may benefit from depression prevention efforts.
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More study is needed regarding the safety of trazodone for the treatment of insomnia during pregnancy.
Addressing sleep problems may be an important component of suicide prevention efforts, as improving sleep quality and duration may help to reduce the risk of suicide in perinatal population.
Evidence suggests that sleep disturbance during pregnancy is associated with higher risk of perinatal depression, especially during the third trimester.