By Meir H. Kryger; foreword by Richard Gelula; introduction by Richard Gelula
Greater than 20 million girls have hassle drowsing at evening. but sleep issues between girls are susceptible to misdiagnosis and accordingly mistreatment. A Woman's consultant to Sleep problems is the 1st accomplished booklet written approximately sleep issues in girls by way of a number one medical examiner within the box. Dr. Kryger offers an intensive evaluate of sleep issues between ladies. He exhibits how one can ascertain even if a snooze challenge is a affliction, support pinpoint motives, and what will be performed to aid. A source advisor, sleep questionnaire, and worksheet are integrated to help the reader--and her doctor--in comparing her situation.
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Is It PMDD? If mood and nervous system premenstrual symptoms are very severe, it might be a more serious problem that has been called premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). If, in addition to the symptoms for PMS, a woman has symptoms of depression (hopelessness, severe sadness, or thoughts of suicide; see Chapter 16) or anxiety, wide mood swings, severe uncontrollable anger or irritability, and marked problems with sleeping, she may be suffering from PMDD. This woman may suffer from severe insomnia and have extreme difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep.
Follicular phase. This is the phase in which the follicle grows. One of the dormant eggs in the follicle in the ovary develops, and at the same time, the lining of the uterus begins to prepare itself for nourishing a fertilized egg. 2. Ovulation. The egg is released. On day 14 (in most women), midway through the monthly cycle, the egg is released and makes its way into the fallopian tube. 3. Luteal phase. The uterine lining thickens in preparation for possible fertilization. If fertilization does not occur, the lining of the uterus is shed.
The cycle is made up of three distinct phases: 1. Follicular phase. This is the phase in which the follicle grows. One of the dormant eggs in the follicle in the ovary develops, and at the same time, the lining of the uterus begins to prepare itself for nourishing a fertilized egg. 2. Ovulation. The egg is released. On day 14 (in most women), midway through the monthly cycle, the egg is released and makes its way into the fallopian tube. 3. Luteal phase. The uterine lining thickens in preparation for possible fertilization.