HealthyWomen's resident blogger, Sheryl Kraft, shares tips on sleeping better and avoiding insomnia.

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I'm young, so personal I don't have any problem or knowledge about this. However my mother was really disturb when she reached her menopause stage. She had to consult a doctor, after that only she had proper sleep and got freedom from menopause problems.

Menopausal women often experience some kind of sleep problem. This can range from not getting to sleep or not staying asleep to sleep disorders such as sleep apnea. Adults on average should sleep for seven to nine hours every night. Without this amount of sleep, many people find it difficult to concentrate, have increased anxiety or a range of other problems. For menopausal women, night sweats are a common cause of not being able to sleep. Once these night sweats cease, many women find that their sleep problems ease. Read to know more about menopause and sleep and how to tackle this problem.

Menopause is a stage in a lady's life when her ovaries quit delivering the hormones estrogen and progesterone and she stops menstruating. The loss of these hormones can achieve different side effects, including hot flashes and sweating, which can make it hard to rest in 75%-85% of menopausal ladies. On the other hand, there are without a doubt an effective methods available to treat sleep problems during menopause, first it obliges lifestyle changes. The utilization of alternative medicine in conjunction with lifestyle changes has been found to convey extraordinary results.

Hello,

I am coping with menopause and a friend recommended using a health coach through Vida to help with my energy level. Anyone else used this?

When you're making your trip through menopause, staying asleep from sundown to sunset may appear like a unimaginable dream. Regular aerobic exercise can enhance the nature of your sleep, mind-set, and vitality. Before bed, think about taking a cool shower, verify the temperature in your room is agreeable and low. Wear breathable cotton sleepwear, whether you favor pajamas or a nightgown, and pick cotton sheets over synthetic materials. Attempt a relaxation strategy, for example, meditation, yoga, or deep breathing to de-stress.

Since going into menapuse I am not able to get much sleep. I am 56 years old and often times feel so tired by the end of the day that I can hardly go. I don't want to rely on sleeping pills to get me through this. Would love any helpful advice. Thank you Deannie

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