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Burning Mouth Syndrome
BMS & Sleeping Problems Research

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Hot flashes not always culprit in menopausal women's sleep problems

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Hot flashes may be getting an unfair rap for disrupting women’s sleep at midlife. Studies have often reported that sleep problems increase during the transition into menopause, reinforcing the idea READ MORE
https://www.health.harvard.edu/press_releases/menopause-and-sleep

Sleep, Nocturia and the Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) in the Elderly

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The present study, a questionnaire survey, was undertaken to assess the simultaneous influence of burning mouth syndrome (BMS) and nocturia on the four variables: sleep (poor vs. good) awakenings (oft READ MORE
http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1080628811.html
BMS and sleeping problems research focuses on women with symptoms like mouth ulcers, oral disorders, and blisters in the mouth. Research relates burning mouth syndrome to acid reflux, stress, and is a mouth disease.
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