The NHLBI supports studies on sleep and sleep disorders and how they affect women’s health. In 2018, the NHLBI collaborated with other Federal agencies on a research conference on sleep and women’s health. The conference highlighted research advances and opportunities related to sleep deficiencies and sleep disorders in women, such as how sleep disorders can increase the risk for problems during pregnancy.
The NHLBI leads or sponsors many studies on sleep and sleep disorders, advancing our knowledge and treatment—and you can help. Learn more about open and enrolling NHLBI clinical trials and see if you or someone you know is eligible to participate in one of them.
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