Secret Causes of Insomnia!!!!!!
According to a “Sleep in America” poll released by the NSF in March 2007, if you’re a single working woman you probably spend the least amount of time in bed — sometimes fewer than six hours a night. And if you’re like many women in the survey, you probably also wake up feeling tired at least a few days of every week.
One of the primary reasons you aren’t sleeping? It could be something as simple as spending a bit too much time socializing with friends instead of hitting the sheets earlier in the evening. When this is the case, the solution involves a little self-discipline — force yourself to hit the hay earlier a few nights a week, and you’re likely to feel better overall, says Rosekind.
Sleep Problems and Your Hormones
“More than 70% of women complain of sleep problems during menstruation, when hormone levels are at their lowest,” says Amy Wolfson, PhD, author of TheWoman’s Book of Sleep