women sleep

Women get an average of 20 more minutes of sleep nightly, according to a study by Jawbone.
On average, women in the United States spend more time sleeping than men every day of the week, the biggest difference being
Several major gaps continue to exist in sleep research for women. This is in part due to the early work focused on sleep apnea, which primarily affects men. In addition, lack of awareness of sex differences in sleep research has contributed to this knowledge gap.
Several major gaps continue to exist in sleep research for women. This is in part due to the early work focused on sleep apnea, which primarily affects men. In addition, lack of awareness of sex differences in sleep research has contributed to this knowledge gap.
As anyone who has suffered a sleepless pre-menstrual or menopausal night has likely assumed, hormonal shifts seem to play
The study was published in the journal Sleep Medicine and was based on 8,480 people between ages 45 and 90 from the European
This isn't the first time bad sleep has been linked with inflammation. A study presented in 2010 at the annual meeting of
Before pointing the finger at lazy dads, working moms may need to stop trying to do it all, according to Sandberg. Reasons
Share the workload: Rotating feedings at night, trading off chores - -when both partners are involved in family work, everyone
There is no formula for happiness, but what 43 years on this planet has taught me is that life is a circle. Good can turn to bad, and bad back to good -- sometimes instantaneously.