The fact is clear, female biology is markedly different from that of men. A woman’s size, weight, hormonal differences, and even body fat can affect women’s reactions to any given medication. “Because women have a more ample storage of body fat than men, any medication that is 'fat soluble' will be distributed differently in a woman. This impacts several medications used in psychiatry,” says Philip Muskin, MD, professor of psychiatry at Columbia Medical Center in New York City. “Because of sex differences, women should take only half as much of certain sleep medications.”
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As we age, many of us lose strength and flexibility in our wrists and hands, and the effects on our quality of life can go far beyond going without pickle slices on our sandwich. A good grip helps us do delicate tasks (buttoning a shirt) more smoothly and vigorous tasks (gardening) more easily. So, how do you build hand strength?
It’s a chronic problem in much of the 21st Century world—too much work, too many distractions, and not enough sleep. But sleep is one of the most natural and necessary of our human processes. We need good sleep, and we need enough of it.