How to get rid of sleep disorders with menopause?

01 March 2016, 12:20

Is sleep­ing a prob­lem for you? At night, at the slight­est sound, do you wake up and toss and turn in bed for a long time, try­ing in vain to fall into the arms of Mor­pheus again? What is the rea­son: in age, fatigue or some­thing else? It turns out that an impor­tant role in sleep dis­tur­bance dur­ing menopause is played by a defi­cien­cy of sex hor­mones.

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Unfor­tu­nate­ly, many women take this prob­lem light­ly. But the lack of prop­er rest dur­ing sleep entails a num­ber of con­se­quences: depres­sion, mem­o­ry impair­ment, car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­eases, dia­betes, obe­si­ty, etc. This prob­lem can­not be ignored, espe­cial­ly since today there are effec­tive meth­ods for solv­ing it.

Causes of poor sleep during menopause

A decrease in the lev­el of sex hor­mones (estro­gens and prog­es­terone) is the main rea­son for the devel­op­ment of sleep dis­or­ders dur­ing menopause. In addi­tion to the direct effect of hor­mon­al imbal­ance on the ner­vous sys­tem, sleep dis­tur­bances can be caused by oth­er symp­toms that have arisen due to hor­mone defi­cien­cy. The lack of estro­gen is accom­pa­nied by impaired absorp­tion and metab­o­lism of mag­ne­sium, a min­er­al that is respon­si­ble for mus­cle relax­ation. Estro­gen defi­cien­cy, in addi­tion, pro­vokes the occur­rence of hot flash­es and night sweats, con­tributes to the appear­ance of apnea and snor­ing, which also leads to a dete­ri­o­ra­tion in the qual­i­ty of sleep. Anoth­er hor­mone — prog­es­terone — has a hyp­not­ic effect, so when its lev­el in a wom­an’s body decreas­es, a ten­den­cy to insom­nia appears.

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How to get healthy sleep back?

Of course, we can­not turn back time, but it is in our pow­er to influ­ence some of the fac­tors on which sleep depends. For exam­ple, give up bad habits, start lead­ing an active, healthy lifestyle, get rid of excess weight …

It is also pos­si­ble to calm the hor­mon­al storm. Today, there are a num­ber of herbal non-hor­mon­al prepa­ra­tions that help a woman sur­vive menopause with­out seri­ous health con­se­quences. For exam­ple, a Ger­man nat­ur­al non-hor­mon­al drugcli­mac­to­plan*. It has been proven that cli­mac­to­plan elim­i­nates more than 25 symp­toms of menopause. The drug reduces the severe man­i­fes­ta­tions of menopause by 7 times after 2 months of treat­ment.

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It is espe­cial­ly impor­tant that Kli­mak­to­plan does not con­tain hor­mones and is well tol­er­at­ed dur­ing long-term use. Kli­mak­to­plan is easy to use: it is dis­solved (do not drink water) 1–2 tablets 3 times a day for at least 3 months. Euro­pean women have been trust­ing this drug for over 70 years!

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