PCOS Health: Losing Sleep and Feeling Pain

A good night’s sleep is essential for women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome because rest helps to balance hormone levels as part of a healthy lifestyle change that also includes a nutritious diet and regular exercise.

Prolonged sleep disturbances can upset the restoration of the body’s natural rhythms, which are vital for improved management of PCOS symptoms, as well as being being a real pain … literally.

Doctors now believe sleeplessness may contribute to chronic pain by hindering the body’s natural pain-control functions.

Tip: Ensure you have dark curtains and draw them tightly to prevent light escaping into your bedroom. If you do wake up in the night, return to sleep by breathing deeply and counting each breath.

Next Steps

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