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A good night sleep is important at all ages. Even during the menopause transition.

A good night sleep is important at all ages. Even during the menopause transition

Oh, don’t we all love our sleep very much! Sleep cycles are important to survive for any human being. 11 days and 25 minutes is the longest that a person has gone without sleep in the history of mankind. Lack of sleep can upset your health with serious illnesses taking over. It affects your moods and turns your life and routines upside down. Any relationship that you would have built is bound to crash and burn if you are having sleep troubles in life.

Sleeplessness is among the common complaints among women, especially during the menopause transition. Women may develop sleep disorders during menopause for various reasons and the menopause symptoms may have a role to play in the same. Most women when they hit the midlife period, they undergo a lot of changes and menopause is only one of them. This can build stress that can barely let you sleep. Insomnia and strain are related closely. Worry becomes almost constant.

Some of the changes women go through in their midlife that can add stress are:

a) Work-related changes and pressure of deadlines.

b) Loss of spouse/ partner due to death or divorce.

c) Caring for the elderly in the family.

d) Empty nest syndrome when grown-up children leave homes.

e) Menopause symptoms.

 Sleep may become an issue during menopause.

If all these changes come at once, then sleep disorders are more likely to take over. However, if a woman already has sleeping disorders like insomnia and other sleep troubles before attaining menopause, the condition is set to get worse during the menopause shift, or not. During menopause, the hormonal arrangement changes and with the drop of estrogen and progesterone hormonal imbalance is most likely to occur along with physical, physiological, and psychological changes. These changes may lead to women experiencing certain symptoms during menopause like hot flashes, night sweats, anxiety, depression, mood swings, vaginal atrophy, urinary incontinence and more that add to the stress levels and result in insomnia.

 The drop in estrogen levels may be one of the main causes of sleeplessness during menopause. It helps in the metabolism of serotonin and neurotransmitters that balance your sleep-wake cycles. Estrogen levels also regulate your body temperature by keeping it low to facilitate good sleep. The disruption in the body temperatures and slower metabolism due to the depleting estrogen levels may lower the quality of sleep and may affect your moods adversely.

How do menopause symptoms cause insomnia?

Hot flashes, night sweats and difficulty sleeping:

Hot flashes are a sudden surge of heat that women experience above their chest level. It may last for about 10 minutes and feel like 10 hours of gruelling heat. The profuse sweating followed by that may leave you soaked in your sweat. When it occurs at night, it is called night sweats. The stress women experience during these episodes leaves them drained and anxious, which causes sleep difficulty.

Lack of sleep due to anxiety and depression:

With the flow of serotonin hampered due to the fall in estrogen levels and the occurrence of hot flashes,  women may experience depression and anxiety that adds so much internal stress and prevents sleep during menopause. In cases of pre-lying conditions of depression, it may get aggravated during menopause.

Migraines and headaches: The acute headaches may make it intolerable and stress you so much that sleep becomes a faraway thought.

Joint pain and body ache: With the drop in estrogen levels and malnutrition, etc, women experience bone loss during menopause. As a result, joint pain and body aches may set in that do not allow you to get a decent night’s rest.

Menopause symptoms may be temporary and not last long.

It is not a disease; therefore, no medical treatment may be required. However, alleviating menopause symptoms in a natural way would be effective for women in menopause. The natural manner would include taking plant-based dietary health supplements that are safe to consume and bear no side effects. Femarelle supplements contain fermented soy derivatives and flaxseeds for Omega 3 fatty acids along with vitamins and minerals that ensure balanced consumption of nutrition. Fermented Soy compounds in Femarelle act as estrogen receptors that mimic the hormonal activity that alleviates all the menopause symptoms and induce a night’s restful sleep.

Here are some tips on sleeping better during menopause:

a) Avoid large meals. Eat right, stay fit and maintain healthy body weight.

b) Quit smoking. It may aggravate the symptoms like hot flashes and contribute to bone loss during menopause while causing sleep troubles too.

c) Avoid alcohol consumption: It reduces the quality of sleep in your sleep-wake cycles.

d) Include alternative practices like Tai-chi, yoga and meditation into your routine to keep a check on the stress levels and mood swings.

e) Avoid naps during the day. Go to bed and wake up at around the same time every day. Fix your sleep cycles to drive the troubles away.

f) Regulate the room temperature and keep it cool during bedtime.

g) Avoid drinking coffee and tea that contain caffeine which stimulates your senses.

h) Exercise for 2.5 hours daily.

i) Keep the lighting warm and low in your room before sleeping.

OUR PRODUCTS

Femarelle Recharge

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Live your 50’s
  • It is 100% natural and a non-hormonal supplement that is suitable for women in their 50’s going through menopause.
  • Femarelle Recharge can restore the balance in hormonal activity and regulate the frequency of hot flashes and night sweats at the peak of menopause.
  • It is rich in phytoestrogens, promotes nervous system function and liver metabolism. Having been approved after over 20 clinical trials, it improves your energy levels, enhances your moods while reducing anxiety and aggression.
  • Each box contains 4 sheets of 15 capsules, totalling 60 capsules per pack. An information leaflet is provided with the package and contains information about the product and its use. Best results can be seen from 30 days onwards.

Femarelle Rejuvenate

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Love your 40’s
  • It is 100% natural and a non-hormonal supplement that is suitable for women in their 40’s headed towards menopause. Femarelle Rejuvenate can restore the balance in hormonal activity and help with the primary signs during perimenopause.
  • It is rich in phytoestrogens, promotes nervous system function and liver metabolism, and helps you manage irregular menstruation patterns. Having been approved after over 20 clinical trials, it enhances skin elasticity, boosts sex drive, and strengthens hair and nails.

Femarelle Unstoppable

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Embrace your 60’s
  • It is 100% natural and a non-hormonal supplement that is suitable for women in their 60’s and post-menopause.
  • Femarelle Unstoppable contains vitamin D that improves the muscles, joints, bone, and gut health of women as they get older.
  • It is rich in phytoestrogens, promotes nervous system function and liver metabolism. Having been approved after over 20 clinical trials, it enriches cardiovascular health, enhances energy levels, and prevents bone loss.
  • Each box contains 4 sheets of 15 capsules, totalling 60 capsules per pack. An information leaflet is provided with the package and contains information about the product and its use. Best results can be seen from 30 days onwards.