Insomnia and interrupted sleep is one of the must frustrating symptoms of menopause. From night sweats to ruminating thoughts, there are many reasons why we don’t get the rest we once experienced. Poor quality sleep can exacerbate menopause symptoms, so don’t delay addressing trouble sleeping with your doctor.
We'll review your health history and listen to your symptoms.
Every woman's experience of menopause is as unique as she is. We'll first review your medical history, family history, and gynecological history prior to your telemedicine visit.
During the video call, you'll share your experience with menopause, starting with your quality of life and other symptoms you're experiencing (such as trouble sleeping, fatigue or anxiety).
We'll discuss evidence-based treatments proven to relieve insomnia, including:
Lifestyle modifications & Natural remedies
We'll conduct a sleep audit to see what triggers in your environment and life that may influence your sleep.
We will also review your supplements, vitamins, and recommended lifestyle modifications that can help support better sleep.
Based on your health history, we'll explain and can prescribe medications proven to improve sleep quality, such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
Like good food, good sleep is vital to be nourished and healthy. If you’re going hungry, the downstream effects of poor sleep can be devastating. Read more.
Sleep may seem more elusive during midlife and menopause than any other time of life - even after having a new baby. Ninety-six percent of women in midlife say that poor sleep is one of their top three symptoms of menopause. And many health problems can be attributed to a lack of sleep including weight gain, memory problems, decreased immunity, increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and even cancer. Learn how you can get a good night's sleep in eight steps.