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VIDEO: Gwen Shares If Lack Of Sleep Increases Her PMS/Premenstrual Syndrome Agitation

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Gwen shares if decreased rest increased her PMS/premenstrual syndrome agitation.

Well, really the thing I would say is a big factor is that I have a very difficult time sleeping when I have PMS, and sometimes I’ve thought that I had a sleep disorder. I have pretty much been able to link it to PMS and that when I have PMS I have a difficult time sleeping. So I have tried sleep medications for that which do help, but maybe they are not addressing the real issue. I think the sleep deprivation that comes from having a really difficult time sleeping and mostly because I cannot seem to turn my brain off and it is an agitation issue again. I feel agitated, and even if I am happy about something, I cannot turn my brain off, talking about it or thinking it.

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