Insomnia is thought to be twice as common in women as in men. A new study published in PNAS suggests that being male or female has an impact on how well we are likely to sleep.

woman-unable-to-sleepThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) note that around 1 in every 4 Americans occasionally lacks sleep, and that 10 percent of the population live with chronic insomnia.

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A team led by Dr. Diane B. Boivin, of McGill University’s Department of Psychiatry and the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal, Canada, had already found in previous studies that a woman’s menstrual cycle affects the natural rhythms of body temperature and sleep.

Read the entire article here. From Medical News Today.