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We share the facts about hormones — because when it comes to managing your symptoms, knowledge is power.

Dr. Liss, OB-GYN and Versalie Advisor

Sleep Q&A with Dr. Liss, OB-GYN

How can I get better sleep during menopause?

Sleep hygiene is important. Have a regular time to go to bed and wake up. Make sure your bedroom is dark, quiet, and cool. Avoid caffeine and alcohol before bed. Try Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) to change your sleep habits and mindset.

Does hormone therapy help manage sleep problems related to menopause?

Hormone therapy is effective for managing severe menopause symptoms that affect sleep, such as significant hot flashes and night sweats. However, it's important to discuss the potential risks and benefits with a healthcare provider.

Does menopause affect sleep?

Yes, menopause can significantly affect sleep. Symptoms like hot flashes and night sweats disrupt sleep patterns, often leading to trouble sleeping.

How does menopause affect sleep?

Menopause affects sleep through symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, and trouble sleeping, often disrupting sleep patterns and decreasing sleep quality.

Do you have tips for how to sleep better during menopause?

Yes, practice good sleep hygiene (like keeping a cool, dark sleep environment), exercise regularly, limit caffeine and alcohol, and consider Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) or hormone therapy, if needed.

How can I sleep better during menopause?

Maintain a consistent sleep schedule, create a comfortable sleep environment, and try stress-reduction techniques like mindfulness. Regular exercise and a balanced diet also help.

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