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.
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Evidence suggests that sleep disturbance during pregnancy is associated with higher risk of perinatal depression, especially during the third trimester.
Changes in maternal sleep and circadian rhythms during pregnancy are associated with infant sleep problems and maternal depression and anxiety.
The National Pregnancy Registry for Sedative Hypnotics and Other Sleep Medications is dedicated to evaluating the safety of medications that may be taken by individuals during pregnancy to treat psychiatric and/or sleep disorders. [...]