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You might have heard about the notion of light sleepers. These are people who are finding it hard to fall asleep or can be easily awoken. But do you know that women tend to be more sensitive when sleeping? According to National Sleep Foundation, women are twice as likely as men to have difficulty falling and staying asleep. Women experience trouble sleeping due to some common reasons such as light or noise in the room, as well as due to some biological conditions unique to women. Menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and menopause are three main factors that influence women’s sleep. Emotional issues can affect how a woman sleeps at any age as well. Not only getting the right amount of sleep is vital, but quality of sleep is just as important. Poor sleep quality can affect different aspects of woman’s life. So, how to increase chances of getting a better sleep?
Scientists say that the answer is to focus on your daily routine:
- Have bedtime schedule. Sticking to the same routine every night (including weekends) can help with
- Interesting enough, but regular workouts routine strengthen circadian rhythms which help to bring on sleepiness at night.
- Avoid hitting the snooze button. Midday naps or morning extra snoozes will definitely ruin the bedtime routine.
- Disconnect your devices. TVs and phones keep your mind stimulated and makes it more difficult to fall asleep.
- Avoid heavy meals before bed. Especially stay away from fatty, spicy foods.
- Create cozy and comfortable environment in the bedroom. A quiet, dark, and cool environment can help promote sound slumber.
If nothing works, please, get an appointment with your doctor!