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A cocktail for women against sleepless nights and hot flushes

A cocktail for women against sleepless nights and hot flushes

In North America, between 80 and 85% of women suffer, to various degrees, from vasomotor symptoms (which modifies the size of blood vessels) related to insomnia and fatigue. According to recent studies, some hormones apparently contribute to the sleep regulation process.

Menopause and symptoms

During menopause, the hormonal system gets shaken up and problems may worsen: hard time getting to sleep, sleep less restful, waking up often and morning insomnia. When wakeups are linked to hot flushes and night sweats (vasomotor symptoms), the situation gets even worse. These disorders are followed by heavy fatigue, irritability, difficulty focusing and sometimes even chronic insomnia. Several types of therapeutic support are available, but it is recommended to look first for a natural remedy. Sometimes, herbal treatments are enough to reduce those symptoms.

Support naturally menopause symptoms

Some plants known for their appeasing qualities are precious allies. The sedative qualities of the passionflower, a tropical plant bearing edible fruits (passion fruit), and of valerian help appease anxiety and restore a restful sleep. Wild linden is traditionally used in phytotherapy as a nervine sedative (helps in calming and strengthening nerves) to help ease nervousness and restlessness. Combining these plants with those recommended for soothing symptoms of menopause greatly improves quality of life.

Very effective formulas are thus made available: Lalma’s Menopausal and Pleasant Dreams herbal teas help getting through this transition in a woman's life.

Sandrine Briatte, B. Sc. Biochemistry, M. Sc. Biology
Taken from : Le Journal des 50 +, September 2010
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