According to recent studies, women with sleeping disorders are more likely to experience fertility issues.
Hormones that are involved with reproduction and fertility have their own cycle and are largely influenced by the quality of sleep. For example, insomnia, restlessness and waking early have a huge impact on the hormonal environment required for pregnancy.
What can be done?
Speak with your doctor as soon as possible. As well as infertility, trouble falling asleep also can lead to headaches, depression, obesity, high blood pressure, anxiety, and other chronic health problems. It can also affect different aspects of your life.
Get distracted from the problem: go for a walk, do more regular physical activities, limit your alcohol intake, and spend less time looking at a bright screen before you go to sleep.
Talk to your partner. A good and careful attitude to each other, understanding and support are key to success in any area, especially in overcoming medical problems.