Sleep Longer for PCOS Health

People who try to get by with a minimum amount of sleep are more likely to develop hardening of their arteries – a precursor of heart disease which women with PCOS are already prone to because of the latter condition’s multiple symptoms.
Researchers found calcified arteries in nearly a third of people who slept fewer than five hours a night. But this figure dropped to around one in 10 for those who slept just an extra hour, according to a Journal of the American Medical Association study of 495 adults.

The results might be down to PCOS-linked high blood pressure, which increases the likelihood of calcification. A good night’s rest, which ideally, should be eight hours, makes a difference because blood pressure levels are often lower during sleep.
Alternatively, stress, or a stress hormone like cortisol which has been tied to decreased sleep and increased calcification, may play a role. Be sure to get a good sleep even if it means cutting down on your social activities or recording a favorite TV show and going to bed early.

Next Steps

  1. Take the PCOS Quiz!  Get your score and assess your hormone health risks.
  2. Join our Facebook Sisterhood Group Pose your questions to this group of like-minded women. Get the answers to your questions and the support you need.
  3. Checkout the Hormone Reset. Guided Practices to eliminate anxiety, lose weight and boost energy.

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