Experts from the North Amer­i­can Menopause Soci­ety (NAMS) believe that it is the qual­i­ty of sleep, and not its dura­tion, that deter­mines the lev­el of sex­u­al activ­i­ty in mid­dle-aged women.

Sleep dis­tur­bances and sex­u­al prob­lems often go hand in hand in mid­dle-aged and old­er women. Thus, more than 26% of women report insom­nia and relat­ed sleep prob­lems. Dur­ing menopause, this fig­ure reach­es 50%. And in the same peri­od of life, 43% of women face prob­lems in the inti­mate sphere.

The study involved more than 3.4 thou­sand women, whose aver­age age was 53 years. Sci­en­tists were inter­est­ed in how the qual­i­ty of sleep and its dura­tion affect the sex­u­al func­tion of old­er female rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

As a result, sci­en­tists came to the con­clu­sion that lack of sleep can neg­a­tive­ly affect the health and qual­i­ty of life of a woman in gen­er­al. But sex­u­al dys­func­tion is a con­se­quence of poor sleep. Insom­nia in all its man­i­fes­ta­tions, regard­less of the dura­tion of sleep, has a neg­a­tive effect on a wom­an’s sex­u­al life.

The oppo­site is also true: a good sound sleep, even with its peri­od­ic lack, is asso­ci­at­ed with an active sex life of the fair sex.

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