A family doctor in India says it’s time for the Indian government to take action on women’s heat-welting problems, saying the symptoms could be caused by a lack of sleep.
Dr. Vasant Mehta, an assistant professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, told the Indian Express that the symptoms were due to sleep deprivation.
He said that a lack or lack of proper sleep is the cause of heat-related symptoms in the country.
In a letter to Health Minister Satyendra Jain, Mehtas comments came as a surprise to many Indian women, who have been reporting that they are unable to get enough sleep.
The doctor said the problem could be due to the lack of adequate sleep.
He said that women in the family are also not able to get adequate sleep because of the high number of women in this country.
Dr. Mehtase added that the doctors have been working on a new protocol for dealing with the problem and hopes to launch the new method by the end of the year.
The country is the only country in the world where women are not allowed to have enough sleep due to restrictions on women having more than one child.
While some countries have implemented more stringent restrictions on female contraception, India is not one of them.