Top tips for dealing with night sweats and fatigue


Night sweats and fatigue are common menopausal symptoms and often come as a package. These symptoms are very common during perimenopause but can also last for the full transition. Dealing with night sweats and fatigue can be difficult but there are some tips that you can follow to help, or even stop, these problems.

Night Sweats

Nocturnal cousin of hot flashes, these are where you sweat during night-time and your bedding or pajamas become soak regardless of room temperature. This can lead to a lack of sleep, which can cause many other symptoms including fatigue.


A common friend of night sweats, fatigue is where you suffer from a lack of motivation and energy to get on with your day. Usually, it leads to a lethargic nature and can result in problems in your life and relationships.

5 top tips for stopping fatigue and night sweats

  • Eat properly

One of the biggest reasons that people suffer from the signs and symptoms of menopause is their diet. It is recommended that you stick to some golden rules. Eat breakfast. Eat every three or four hours – no, seriously. Eat more fiber. Get involved with omega-3. Keep hydrated. Try to follow the Manna Diet as given in the free e-book.

  • Relax

In today’s world there are 101 things, well closer to one million and one things that stress us out. Tension is a common component of everybody’s life and without proper relaxation life can seem tough and good sleep is almost impossible. Try some meditation, a bit of me time and winding down before bed to keep you calm, raise the energy and ensure a happier night’s sleep.

  • Exercise

At any stage in life, exercise is important, but the truth is that very few people do enough. 30 minutes a day is a good foundation and you can do anything from a bike ride and walking to running. This will reduce tension and stress, clear the mind and make sure that the body is healthy.

  • Keep cool

Ever noticed that you’re more annoyed and lethargic when warm? Then, keep cool, find the shade, keep out of saunas, take cooler showers and become stress-free. This will help fatigue because your energy won’t be depleted and it will help night sweats because warmth lends itself to you suffering hot flashes. Also, ensure that your bedroom is cool before sleep.

  • Natural supplements

A great way of balancing your hormones and dealing with menopause symptoms is to use natural supplements, like the Manna Menopause Support. These boost levels of the hormone that you’re missing and can go a long way to helping your night sweats and fatigue.

Dealing with night sweats and fatigue can be difficult, but never feel that you have no options to try and stop it affecting your life. These tips are just the tip of the iceberg but will give you a great start to treating your problems.

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