What should I do if I'm always stressed when I'm pregnant? This information is available and taken from Baby Buddy app, verified by experts in our Editorial Board including representatives from Royal College of Midwives, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and Royal College of Psychiatrists as well as other key health organisations in the UK. To download Baby Buddy, visit the relevant app store of your choice: It would be surprising if you didn't feel stressed sometimes when you're pregnant. After all, it's a massive life-changing event and you are being asked to make lots of big decisions. Severe stress can harm the way your baby grows, so it's important to relax as much as you can and not let it all get on top of you. Some tips for managing stress: Be realistic about how much you can do, and tell your boss, your teachers and anyone else who's stressing you. Relax whenever you can. Take a warm bath, watch your favourite programmes, go to bed early. Keeping fit and active gives you stress-busting endorphins (happy chemicals) in your brain and helps you switch off. If you have control over some of the things that stress you out, concentrate on fixing those things first. Focus on your baby. No matter how much other stuff is going on, nothing matters as much as them. Talk to someone you trust about how you feel. To see a midwife explain why it's so important to talk to someone you trust if things are getting on top of you, watch the video.