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Sleeping | Maryon Stewart’s Menopause Moments

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Hormonal fluctuations, particularly the decline in estrogen levels, can contribute to disturbances in sleep, such as insomnia, night sweats, and hot flashes, which can disrupt both falling asleep and staying asleep throughout the night. Additionally, menopausal symptoms like mood swings, anxiety, and depression can further impact sleep quality, leading to daytime fatigue and diminished overall well-being. Managing menopausal symptoms through lifestyle changes, hormone therapy, and relaxation techniques can help alleviate sleep disturbances and promote better rest during this transitional phase of life.

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