Sleep Disturbances

Changes in hormone levels have a great impact on your sleeping patterns.


As many as 61% of menopausal women report problems with their sleep.


Whether you are experiencing problems falling asleep, or you wake up in the middle of the night, lack of sleep causes fatigue during the day and affects your mood and your ability to cope with your daily chores.

It's advised to wear loose clothing to bed, keep your bedroom cool and avoid spicy food before going to sleep. But, what will assist you the most is to bring your hormonal system back into balance, as the cause of the changes in your sleeping patterns lies in your brain, which is affected by your hormonal changes.

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