Why Some Women Find Good Sleep Tough to Get

 Some women have trouble staying asleep, and a new small study may shed light on why. Women’s internal, or circadian, body clocks run at a faster pace than men’s, according to the research.It’s as if women operate in a different “internal time zone,” said study lead author Dr. Diane Boivin, professor of psychiatry at McGill University in Montreal. “They go to bed at a later biological time because their clock is shifted earlier, eastward,” Boivin said. Boivin also directs the Centre for Study and Treatment of Circadian Rhythms at Douglas Mental Health University Institute in Montreal, a McGill affiliate. The…
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