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Sleep Problems in Pregnancy Tied to Premature Births (no surprise, both related to low vitamin D) – Aug 2017

New York Times Aug 2017 reporting on a study from Obstetrics & Gynecology

  • “Over all, women with sleep disorders had a 14.6 percent prevalence of preterm birth (before 37 weeks of gestation), compared with 10.9 percent in those without a diagnosis. Those with insomnia had a 30 percent increased risk, and those with sleep apnea a 40 percent increased risk, compared with women without a sleep problem.”
  • “Women with insomnia were nearly twice as likely to deliver before 34 weeks gestation.”

Poor sleep is strongly associated with low Vitamin D

Low vitamin D getting to cells is strongly associated with preterm birth

Items in both categories Pregnancy and Sleep are listed here:

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