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‘I can’t quite shut it off’: Prevalence of insomnia a growing concern for women

Women who juggle multiple roles including work, family care, and household tasks are more susceptible to insomnia, according to Chicago psychiatrist Howard M. Kravitz. Factors contributing to this include menopausal hormonal shifts, societal pressures, and parental concerns. Treating oneself kindly and changing the perception of wakefulness into a positive experience are suggested remedies.

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