Trouble Falling Asleep

During menopause, insomnia and disturbed sleep may be experienced. It can take many forms, including trouble falling asleep, trouble staying asleep or waking up at night. Menopause can get you tired with this trouble.

In many cases, other life events such as parents, retirement or divorce, raising children and senior moving out of the house and your own aging generally occur around the time of menopause may contribute to such symptoms. To deal with the emotional symptoms of menopause you should be regularly make exercises. Talking to other women going through menopause can also help you with the emotional symptoms. During menopause you should avoid stressful situations whenever possible. You must eat healthy and take supplements of vitamins and minerals during menopause.

1 comments:

  Jacqueline

April 27, 2009 at 9:09 PM

Enjoying catching up on your blog. Here's a good article about insomnia and menopause that goes along with many of the points you made: Insomnia: reset your inner clock and get back to sleep