Women as the main caregivers of the family find little time to get adequate sleep. More so if they are also the sole provider of family financial support. Very often women don’t have the support systems to be able to care for their family and take time for themselves.
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Our sleep community continues to expand! We now offer our new A.W.A.K.E. Facebook group, a monthly newsletter,
an updated sleep health app and research program (details forthcoming!), and a new webinar series.
We recently connected with ASAA Sleep Health Medical Advisory Council member, Robyn Woidtke, MSN, RN, RPSGT, CCSH* and Principal at RVW Clinical Consulting, to chat about the value that nurses can bring to sleep health patients and the sleep medicine community at large.
When women become hypertensive, they run the risk of having strokes, heart attacks, or developing heart disease or heart arrhythmias, as well as other conditions related to pregnancy, such as preeclampsia. … Certain sleep problems can aggravate preexisting hypertension and may even lead to its development, such as circadian rhythm disorders, insomnia, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), primary snoring, restless leg syndrome (RLS), shift work disorder, and sleep deprivation by any cause.
Share your women’s sleep health stories at our Sleep Health Forum: how you survived mom-related sleep deprivation, what challenges you as a mom to get sleep right now, what the ages and stages of your kids’ development can do to your own sleep schedule, how pregnancy shaped your sleep, experiences with postpartum depression related to sleep loss, and any questions you have for our members.