Harvard Women's Health Watch

From the journals: Nighttime awakenings in menopause may be caused by sleep disorders, not hot flashes

Hot flashes were believed to be responsible for disruptions in sleep in menopausal women, but a study found that half the participants had a primary sleep disorder, such as sleep apnea or periodic limb movements.
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