Low oestrogen symptoms: The sign in your sleep that may signal low levels – new study

Science Daily added: “Among snorers, a doubling of the concentrations of three oestrogens was linked with a 17 percent to 23 percent decreased odds of women having been told they breathe irregularly during sleep.

It continued: “A doubling of progesterone concentration, among snorers, was associated with 12 percent decreased odds of having woken with a choking sensation in the previous year.”

The findings appear to suggest that correcting hormonal levels in menopausal women may help lessen the risk of conditions like sleep apnoea.

These types of therapy should also be approached with caution, however, as there may be cardiovascular risks attached to certain hormonal medications.


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