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Menopause. 27(3):295-304, March 2020
Sleep disturbances are among the important problems that involve women after menopause. Despite of several studies about the relationship between menopause and sleep, there are still some controversies. In this study with a large sample size on the Canadian population, we studied different types of sleep disorders. Our findings revealed that menopause is associated with sleep onset insomnia disorder and obstructive sleep apnea. But we were not able to find an association between menopause and sleep maintenance insomnia disorder, daytime somnolence, rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder and restless leg syndrome.