Why Does Menopause Cause Sleeplessness?

Why Does Menopause Cause Sleeplessness?

Sleeplessness is one of the biggest and most annoying symptoms of menopause. It can be caused by many different things, such as: hormonal imbalances, anxiety and most commonly – night sweats.

Luckily you can get a better night’s sleep by making some simple lifestyle changes.

– Get plenty of exercise 

Get a good workout plan that combines cardio with weight training for the best results.

– Get into a Routine

This should be more than just getting into bed at the same time each night; you should also get a routine for things like eating, exercising and taking your medication. This will help develop your internal clock.

– Avoid Taking Naps

As tempting as a nap might sound after lunch, rather keep yourself busy with work or go exercise, otherwise you will throw your routine out of shape completely which makes it more difficult to sleep at night.

– Avoid Caffeine

Try and cut back on caffeine as much as possible, especially in the afternoons. Rather replace your coffee with a cup of decaf, or better yet some herbal or green tea.

– Watch What You Eat

Try and stay away from spicy food and refined sugar. Cutting out sugar will also help manage weight, which will in turn also promote better sleep. Follow the Manna Diet in the free e-book.

– Breathe

Doing various breathing exercises before bed can help you become more relaxed and fall asleep more easily.

– Wear Loose Fitting Pajamas

When pajamas are too tight, they might become increasingly uncomfortable during menopause, as well as being warmer than loose fitting ones, which causes night sweats to be a bigger issue.

– Take the Television out of your Bedroom

When you can’t sleep, you turn on the TV to watch a movie or some series, and then you stay awake even longer and have less time for sleeping.

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.

Menopause Support

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