Hopefully, we’ve all felt the experience of getting into a nice cozy bed, turning down the lights and drifting off into a sound sleep, only to wake up in the morning to discover we were in the exact same position we went to sleep in. This is the type of sleep I dream of having (literally!), and I think you might too! So how are sleep and PCOS connected? Let’s find out.
Sleep is such an important foundation for good health. We require deep, restful sleep in order to restore many of our body’s functions. Good sleep every night prevents heart disease, lowers inflammation, may impact our weight, supports a healthy immune system, improves concentration and focus, improves mental health, and could even prevent type 2 diabetes.
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