Having a regular bedtime can help women get pregnant, study says

ST. LOUIS-  If you’re trying to get pregnant watch how you sleep. It could boost your chances of having a baby.

According to a new study out of Washington University, having a regular bedtime can increase your chances of getting pregnant.

Researchers say women who sleep around the same time each night are four times more likely to get pregnant in a year.

Experts believe the body clock may play a role in fertility.

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