Do You Have Trouble Sleeping Before Your Period Begins?

Do you have trouble sleeping right before your period? Do you have issues falling asleep, staying asleep or face insomnia when you are experiencing PMS? If so, you are not alone. Many women have sleep issues when they PMS due to the changes in estrogen and progesterone hormone levels in their body.

If you are suffering from sleep issues before your period begins, changing your habits, such as exercising more, avoiding alcohol and tracking your sleep may help. We also urge you to consult one of our Garden OB/GYN specialists, who will be able to explain how and why menstrual cycle hormonal changes may be impacting your sleep. They will also be able to provide appropriate treatment for your needs. 

 

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