Pregnant women who sleep on their backs at risk five-fold higher birth weight babies are small park one.
A recent study says that pregnant women sleep on their backs are at increased risk of stillbirth – the death of a fetus in the womb or during delivery.
The study conducted in Ghana to be exact. Many of the pregnant women who sleep on their backs at risk five-fold higher infant birth weight small. Some of the women even experience stillbirth.
Previously there was a study that links between maternal sleep position and risk of stillbirth in New Zealand. According to researchers, these risks also experienced by women living in developing countries.
“In order to avoid the death of a fetus in the womb or during delivery, pregnant women need to change his position,” said Louise O’Brien, chief author of the study from the University of Michigan, told the Daily Mail.