The Real Reason Women Can't Sleep (And What to Do About It)
Sleep is often one of the first things to go during the transition into menopause. These solutions can help you wake up on the right side of the bed.
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Stretch Through The Stress
Estrogen increases the concentration of feel-good serotonin, and progesterone has been shown to have sleep-inducing properties; when those hormones plummet, so do your chances of getting a good night's rest. But research has shown that relaxation techniques and yoga can help improve your slumber. A 2013 study found that after menopausal and postmenopausal women took 90-minute yoga classes once a week and practiced at home daily for three months, they reported a reduction in their insomnia.
Here are a few moves you can do in bed