Sleep is actually essential and very good for your mind, body, and soul and we all need a good balance of it. However, a good night’s sleep is so underrated by most where being busy and making the most of every minute of your day, has become the norm. Getting at least 8 hours and no less than 6 hours of sleep each night can reduce your risks of developing life-threatening conditions. Are you able to get enough hours of shut-eye and much-needed rest as you should be?
Night sweats are one of the most common symptoms of menopause, which typically begins in a woman’s late 40s to early 50s. You may be among the 75% of menopausal women who experiences night sweats. And as if memory lapses weren’t enough, sleep problems more than doubles during menopause. If you are struggling with menopausal symptoms there is hope. Here are steps you can take to get a handle on night sweats and insomnia.