10 Tips for Sound Sleep During Menopause

Menopause and Sleeplessness

There is no need to lose sleep because of menopause.

Sleeplessness is a common problem of menopause. There are a variety of menopausal symptoms which may lead to sleep problems. These problems are things like hormonal imbalance, night sweats, and anxiety about this period in your life.

How can I sleep better during menopause?

  1. Get Regular Exercise

This should not be done right before you try to sleep. Your body should not be energized when you are supposed to be winding down.

  1. Find Your Routine

Set a regular bedtime – It will help your sleeping habits. To further better your sleeping routine, make a habit of eating your meals, exercising, and taking medication at the same time every day. It will help your body set its internal clock.

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  1. Don’t Take a Nap

This can be difficult if you’re exhausted from a lack of sleep the night before. But powering through your day means you will be tired when it comes to bedtime. If you find it impossible to stay awake throughout the day, try lying down for no longer than 20 minutes between the hours of 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

  1. Avoid Caffeine

Caffeinated drinks should be avoided, especially in the hours leading up to bedtime. Tea, coffee, and carbonated beverages can all disrupt sleep patterns. Cutting out these drinks can provide a simple way to combat sleeping problems. Instead, switch to water and decaffeinated tea or coffee.

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  1. Watch What You Eat

Avoid spicy and high sugar foods. It will help you settle into sleep easier. Being a stable and healthy weight promotes overall wellness, and therefore better sleep. Also steer clear of high-fat and high-sugar foods which can cause weight gain. Follow the Manna Diet in the free e-book.

  1. Breathe

Inhale 3 deep breaths and exhale slowly. Concentrating on your breathing also focuses the mind. This can help you switch off from pressures and anxieties of the day. This helps you feel more relaxed and ready for bed.

  1. Wear Loose Fitting Pajamas

Tight-fitting nightwear, especially those made from synthetic material can worsen menopausal night sweats by raising blood temperature. This symptom can often cause sleeping problems.

  1. Remove the TV from your Bedroom

Watching T.V. can decrease your body’s production of melatonin. Melatonin is a chemical that regulates sleep. You don’t have to quit television completely, just limit your amount and don’t fall asleep watching.

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  1. Relax Before Bedtime

Relax before bedtime. Don’t keep yourself up cleaning the house or starting a project. Rather put it on tomorrow’s to-do list. It’s time to relax now. Read a book or do something relaxing to get your brain in sleeping mode.

  1. Drink Chamomile Tea

Chamomile is a natural sleep-inducer.

Recommendation: Supplement for Menopause

As a decline of estrogen is the major reason for menopause and the related symptoms of this stage of your life, supplement with the Manna Menopause Support to help overcome symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats, etc.

The Manna Menopause Support was formulated with phyto-estrogens, soy isoflavones, calcium and vitamin D to help curb menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes.

Manna Menopause Support helps to

  • Relief hot flushes, leaving you feeling less sweaty
  • Balance mood fluctuation
  • Increase energy levels, helping you get through the day easier
  • Increase Libido
  • Reverse vaginal dryness
  • Deeper Sleep
  • Improve memory and brain function
  • Helps to manage stress
  • Help increase stamina
  • Helps reduce osteoporosis

Don’t Believe us? See what our customers say.

“The best product I have used so far and I’m using it for a year now. Before starting on Manna I suffered from hot flushes/ night sweats/no sleep and terrible mood swings. HRT was definitely not a option for me, so I tried Manna and it really has helped me. The fact that it’s all natural is such a plus. I won’t use anything else. Thank you Manna for a excellent product.”Gwen

“Since using Manna Menopause Support I have less hair loss, sleep better and night sweats have decreased. This is a wonderful product and have recommended it to my friends.”Liz Nowers

“I am using menopause support for a year now, and I can say it is a fantastic product. My hot flushes and night sweat is something of the past. Thanks for a great product.”Martie


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