Menopause insomnia

Menopause insomnia -

Recently requested from my social media community was a brief rundown of how I can help with insomnia, either as a stand-alone issue or with menopause related insomnia Check out my reel below 

Can menopause cause insomnia?


Does menopause cause insomnia?

Insomnia is a common issue that can affect women during menopause. 

The hormonal changes that occur during menopause, such as a decrease in estrogen levels, can cause a range of symptoms including hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings, which can all contribute to sleep disturbances.

Hot flashes, which cause sudden bursts of heat and sweating, can disrupt sleep by making women feel uncomfortable and sweaty.

Additionally, mood swings and anxiety can make it difficult for women to relax and fall asleep.

Other factors that can contribute to insomnia during menopause include physical discomforts, such as joint pain or restless leg syndrome, and lifestyle factors, such as poor sleep habits or a lack of regular exercise.

Talk to Leah now about treatment options and lifestyle changes that may help improve sleep quality.

Read Leah’s blog about her personal experience with menopause.

Menopause insomnia how long does it last?

Every woman is different. Some women only have the odd night’s sleep affected, others suffer for years. That’s why it is worth speaking to Leah and discussing what options there are to help you.

Best sleeping pills for menopause?

Treatment can include lifestyle changes or prescription of a range of herbal sleeping pills, magnesium-based supplements and herbal mixes.

Menopause sleep problems natural remedies

 All are prescription only so you will need to make an appointment and we can discuss which remedy will be best for you.

Leah is trained to use natural and holistic approaches to treat the underlying causes of insomnia.

A naturopath like Leah may suggest dietary changes, such as avoiding caffeine or incorporating sleep-promoting foods, as well as lifestyle modifications like stress-reducing exercises or relaxation techniques.

Consulting with Leah can provide a personalized and integrative approach and can help women explore natural remedies and lifestyle changes that may complement traditional medical treatments.