Understanding Insomnia in Women
Would you do almost anything for a good night’s sleep? Most menopausal women would. Sleep can be a rare commodity during this time in life. The kicker is that this is one of the worst times to be sleep deprived. When your body is going through so many changes, not being able to sleep just adds insult to injury.
Women struggling with sleep during menopause and perimenopause may experience any of the following:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Waking up in the middle of the night
- Waking up too early in the morning
- Tossing and turning
- Never getting into a deep sleep
Treatment For Insomnia in Women
The relationship between hormones and sleep is tightly woven. Our doctors can restore this delicate balance by optimizing your hormones. Growth hormone therapy, injectable nutrients, and supplementing melatonin are other options available of treatment for insomnia in women. Have you forgotten what a good night’s sleep feels like? Let us remind you.