Menopause Causing Sleepless Nights? Here’s What To Do…

Menopause Causing Sleepless Nights

Sleeplessness is one of the most common menopausal issues. It can put a miserable start to anybody’s day.

Although sleeplessness during menopause is caused by a single main factor, there can be different “triggers” that cause a sleepless night.

The best is to avoid these triggers and take countermeasures to ensure a better night’s rest.

 

Here are 10 top tips for dealing with menopausal sleeplessness…

  1. Get Enough Exercise

At least 30 minutes of exercise, 5 times a week is recommended. This should contain a mixture of cardio and resistance training.

Many people think that the closer this is done to bedtime, the more tired they will be and the better they will sleep. This is not the case, however. The time before bed should be spent relaxing and winding down. Exercise should be completed at least 3 hours before bedtime.

  1. Get Into a Routine

It is vital to get into a routine of going to bed at the same time each night, and waking up at the same time every morning. But take it further – set a schedule for meals, exercise, taking medication, and even downtime. It helps adjust the body’s internal clock.

  1. Resist the Urge to Take a Nap

For people who are in the habit of taking an afternoon nap, this can be a tough one. But napping can be the cause of many sleepless nights. Rather power through the day and get a good night’s rest.

  1. Avoid Caffeine

Caffeine is the go-to for staying awake during the day. However, it should be avoided as far as possible, especially in the hours leading up to bedtime. A better option is decaffeinated coffee, tea without caffeine, or better yet – water.

  1. Watch What You Eat

Being at a healthy body weight is great for your overall health. It is also great to help fight sleeplessness. Keep clear of food that is high in sugar, contains refined carbohydrates, and spicy food. Follow a balanced diet like this one in the FREE Manna Diet e-book.

  1. Wear Loose Fitting Pajamas

Pajamas that fit too tightly and those that are made from synthetic fabrics tend to increase menopausal night sweats – and that means more sleepless nights.

  1. Take the T.V. and other distractions out of your room

It might seem like a good way to relax before bed, but watching television before sleeping actually decreases the quality of sleep. This happens because watching T.V. decreases the body’s production of melatonin, which is a chemical that helps regulate sleep.

  1. Relax Before Bedtime

Having established that watching television is not the best way to relax before going to bed, rather read a book or do something else that relaxes you without exciting your mind too much.

  1. Drink a cup of chamomile tea

Chamomile is a natural sleep-inducer. A nice warm cup of this can make falling asleep a lot easier.

  1. Use natural menopause supplements 

Seeing that a decline of estrogen is the major reason for menopause and the related symptoms; use the Manna Menopause Support to help overcome symptoms like hot flushes, night sweats, sleeplessness, mood swings, and all the others that come paired with menopause.

Natural supplements, like the Manna Menopause Support, can be a safe and effective treatment option, because it does not have the threat of cancer risk like hormone replacement therapies.

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

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

“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 an 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 an 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 flashes and night sweat is something of the past. Thanks for a great product.” – Martie

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