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Women have unique sleep problems

Woman Turning Off AlarmForty-six percent of woman complain about trouble sleeping almost every night. Whether because of restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea, sleep-related eating disorders, pregnancy or menopause, woman have an array of sleep issues, says Antonio Culebras MD, a neurologist who leads the sleep disorders service at Upstate Medical University at Community-General.

Culebras speaks about some of the sleep difficulties that affect women on Health Link on Air radio, which airs at 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, on FM News Radio 106.9, WSYR.

Listen to his interview.

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