Menopause

Typically occurring around the half-Century mark of life, and arguably better renamed women-Oh!-pause, it’s a maturity milestone that brings a range of unique and unwelcome sleep challenges.

Did you know? Hot flushes affect 75 to 85% of women during the transition to menopause. At night, hot flushes are often more severe and can be very disruptive to your sleep. If, like most women, you experience disrupted sleep on your transitional journey to menopause, you don’t have to take it lying down (at least, not tossing and turning, trying to get to sleep).

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Menopause

Typically occurring around the half-Century mark of life, and arguably better renamed women-Oh!-pause, it’s a maturity milestone that brings a range of unique and unwelcome sleep challenges.

Did you know? Hot flushes affect 75 to 85% of women during the transition to menopause. At night, hot flushes are often more severe and can be very disruptive to your sleep. If, like most women, you experience disrupted sleep on your transitional journey to menopause, you don’t have to take it lying down (at least, not tossing and turning, trying to get to sleep).