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Beat Insomnia Caused by Menopause

Known as the “life change,” most women with menopause will feel relatively normal at first. No more menstrual cycle may prove to be a relief for most women, but the added hot flashes, mood swings, and even insomnia may seem like an unfair trade off. Menopause may start earlier or later for some women, but once it sets in, the ineffectual problems may exasperate most.


Menopause The Culprit Behind Insomnia

The uterus stores sex hormones. As women age, they start to see a dearth in sex hormone begin to occur during the daytime. Because the ovaries produces sex hormones while a woman is asleep, her body’s unbalanced hormones during the day will cause her to be unable to sleep. Aside from being unable to sleep, most women will experience hot flashes, vaginal dryness, and low libido because of a weak ovarian function.
 
Menopause can also cause a dearth in dopamine, acetylcholine (cholinergic), serotonin, and GABA. During menopause, the body can store excessive stress hormones. The excessive stress hormones cause inflammation and poor blood circulation by constricting the arteries to the brain, eyes, and ears. A deficiency of DHEA, testosterone, and DHT can result in poor sleep quality, vaginal dryness, insomnia, and low libido.


How Aromatherapy May Help

Women use Lavender, Lemon Balm, or other botanical oils as a general tonic to relieve stress, calm nerves, and promote sleep. Lavender oil, considered the most popular aromatherapy oil, calms nerves and promotes sleep, making it a treasured oil by people suffering from insomnia. Lavender originated in the Mediterranean but quickly spread around to the rest of the world because of its aromatic properties.

Aside from the flower’s aromatherapy, there are many herbs that also helps improve blood circulation, helping lower hypertension and high blood pressure thus improve overall sleep quality for menopausal women.

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