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Feel Your Best While Working & Expecting

Try These Energy Boosters!


Don't feel guilty about a quick nap. Many expecting and postpartum women are sleep-deprived and a small nap can help boost your energy, enhance your motor skills, decrease your stress and improve your ability to learn. On top of all these things, you'll be in a better mood, which can carry over from the workplace to your home life. An ideal nap lasts 20 minutes, which many women can easily squeeze into their workdays (during a lunch break for example).

See what method works best for you. The key is to do what you have to in order to keep your energy up throughout the day and when you leave for home. Remember, if you don't want to feel drained at the end of the work day, you don't have to. And here is a quick secret: all of these ideas work after the baby is born too!
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