How is sleep affected in the menopausal transition?
Sleep disturbances are one the most common symptoms of the perimenopause and 40-60% of women report difficulties staying asleep, and waking more during the night (“sleep maintenance insomnia”). Often this leads to very reduced sleep and for many women this means less than 6 hours of sleep per night.
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