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…and not just due to late-night feedings. A study in the journal Sleep shows 75% of new moms suffer from “infant in distress” nightmares. The most common one: That their infant is lost somewhere in the bed and can’t be found. Lead researcher Tore Nielson from the Sacred Heart Hospital in Montreal calls this “Baby in Bed” or B-I-B nightmares. They’re reportedly a common result from the pressure new mothers face, their lack of sleep, and hormonal changes.

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