• Cut back on the caffeine. Caffeine may work as a quick fix to get you going, but its effect fades quickly and the jury is still out on how much caffeine is really safe for your baby.
• Check your iron. Sometimes fatigue during pregnancy may stem from low levels of iron. If you’re concerned, have your iron levels checked. Also remember to eat plenty of iron-rich foods, including spinach, broccoli, beef, beans, or enriched cereals.
• Last but not least get adequate rest. If possible re-organize your schedule to accommodate your needed resting patterns. Take naps whenever you can.