Hot Flashes at Night
Sleep disruption is a common symptom of menopause. In addition to changes in your sleep patterns, hormonal fluctuations can lead to night sweats, just as they can lead to hot flashes during the day.
Menopause Symptoms: Energy
Feeling tired? You’re not alone. Fatigue is one of the most common and unwelcome menopause symptoms. Hormonal changes during menopause can leave you drained and drowsy.
Menopause Symptoms: Night Sweats Survival Tips
If you’re feeling groggy and missing sleep due to night sweats, raise your hand. Chances are you’re all too familiar with two common menopause symptoms: night sweats and their pesky cousins hot flashes. In fact, approximately 75 percent of American women suffer from hot flashes and night sweats during menopause.1 Experiencing a hot flash at work or while running errands is bad enough but when sleep is disturbed, that’s another situation.
Menopause Symptoms: Night Sweats
Night sweats are a common menopause symptom that tend to disrupt your normal sleep patterns and can lead to fatigue and overall menopause irritability from lack of shut-eye.1 But why do night sweats happen, and what can you do to help relieve this menopause symptom?
Estroven®: Black Cohosh for Hot Flashes*
Black cohosh is known for its ability to help relieve or reduce one of the most bothersome menopause symptoms: hot flashes.*1 Let’s take a closer look at what makes black cohosh so helpful during menopause.
Menopause Symptoms: Hot Flashes
If you find yourself in a full-on sweat multiple times during the day, chances are you’re experiencing a common symptom of menopause, hot flashes. They are characteristically known for a quick feeling of heat, a red, flushed face and sweats or a rapid heart rate.1 Hot flashes can have a significant effect on a woman’s everyday stress level, which can trigger even more hot flashes2—so avoiding this frustrating and never-ending circle is a must! Luckily, there are a few options for hot flash relief.
Perimenopause and Weight Change
Perimenopause is when estrogen levels gradually decrease in your ovaries. This period usually begins in your forties, but could potentially start earlier. During perimenopause, you may start noticing signs and symptoms that are common in menopause such as hot flashes, mood swings and fatigue—but for some, the most frustrating of all these symptoms may be the weight change. What’s going on?
5 Easy Tips To Combat Menopause Symptoms & Increase Energy
Just because we reach menopause, doesn't mean we have fewer responsibilities. Between family, work and social engagements, our lives are every bit as full as they were pre-menopause—but that doesn't stop fatigue from affecting us. Here are a few tips to help combat menopause symptoms and help stoke the fires during this busy period of life.
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Experiencing Sleeplessness During Menopause?
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