Evidence suggests that sleep disturbance during pregnancy is associated with higher risk of perinatal depression, especially during the third trimester.
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Prenatal exposure to benzodiazepines and Z-hypnotics was not associated with increased risk of ADHD in exposed children.
Changes in maternal sleep and circadian rhythms during pregnancy are associated with infant sleep problems and maternal depression and anxiety.
Pregnant Women with Depression: Greater Use of Cannabis and Benzodiazepines, But Not Antidepressants
Cannabis use, as well as use of benzodiazepines and sedative-hypnotic medications, was more common in women with depression.