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Sleep Problems can Cause Infertility
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Imee - April 2

It is found out that women, have a harder time getting enough sleep than men. Sleep problems are pretty common in women. Do you have some tips for women so to have more sleeps than men.


Desiree - April 2

it is true and in addition to this the research found out also that as the women get older the problem in sleeping may get worsen. That it may cause infertility to the women.


ComShue - April 2

it is not enough that the individual especially woman that she just sleep even if it is a short length of time, but she needs the required amount of time or she may not be able to conceive...


Glyrish - April 3

It may be true, because if the woman has a problem of sleeping her reproductive organ may be affected. Because the one who control the body is the brain.


Krisze - April 3

Those who have sleep problem must undergo nutritional procedure, blood purification therapy, and enzyme therapy to enhance all her body systems. And if it is been corrected, she may even look younger than before.


cheska - April 3

Yes, definitely sleep problems can cause infertility. To get enough sleep and to avoid having infertility problems is to avoid yourself from so much stress..and make sure you give your body time to relax.


dominique - April 4

I don't get the connection why a lack of sleep or having sleep problems can cause infertility..sorry!


Joseff - April 4

I don't think so, too. The reproductive organ may not be affected if the woman has a sleeping problem,is it? I need more explanation on it.


Howard - April 4

I am stand in the idea that it can cause infertility. If the person has no rest then he/she can not sleep, his/her mind would not also take a rest.And what would be the possibility would be the outcome of this person? Disorder or illness would comes in, included infertility.


claudia - April 7

i have been working too much ever since i got married. my husband and i went off full time since we have spent too much with our wedding expenses. we`ve been burnt out recently with our jobs for almost 2 years now and we're having problem to have a baby. i guess being so much stressed out and the luck of sleep has been a big factor why i am not yet pregnant.


Farne - April 9

If you can't sleep, don't count the sheep. Talk to the Shepherd, this a saying that worth to ponder.Yes, sleep disorder may be one of the cause of infertility... the sleep problem. But don't let this problem ruin your life. Ask the Lord for a solution of this problem.


yonnie - April 10

Well, just a sort of advice, before going to sleep you listen first to some inspirational songs..or read interesting books..this will I think help you in getting to have a good night sleep.


Jackie - April 11

I can advice you to make an activity like gardening so you may enjoy of what you are doing, you enjoy the moment looking the plants grow, then if you are satisfied you can sleep soundly at night.


AIREEN - April 11



Hazel O. - April 13

Experts suggest that most men and women need about seven to eight hours of sleep each night. Yet there are many differences in how men and women sleep. In general women tend to sleep more than men, going to bed and falling asleep earlier. A woman’s sleep also tends to be lighter and more easily disturbed. Women are more likely to feel unrefreshed even after a full night of sleep.



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