Delayed sleep phase syndrome linked to irregular menstrual cycles

06/16/2008 | Washington Post, The

A new study found delayed sleep phase syndrome -- in which a person's internal clock is out of sync with real time -- may be tied to irregular menstrual cycles and increased premenstrual symptoms. Researchers said additional study is needed to determine the effects of circadian disruption on a woman's reproductive cycle.

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