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Menopause and Sleep

Not getting enough sleep? Join the crowd. Insomnia is one of the most common complaints of women in menopause. Losing sleep can snowball into real problems -- and you don't have to take this lying down.

Menopause Spotlight10

September is Menopause Awareness Month

Every woman having hot flashes or mood swings as part of her menopause transition is very aware of menopause. But the North American Menopause Society (NAMS)

Libido Definition

Definition of libido

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Will I Lose My Libido After Menopause?

During and after menopause, libido may drop. Learn which women are at risk for low libido with menopause.

The Low Libido Trio – Sleep, Sweats, and Sadness

During and after menopause women (and their partners) complain that libido seems to be the collateral damage of slumpng hormone levels. Sorting out the “why”

Feeling Anxious? How About a Whiff of Neroli to Calm Your Nerves?

One of the most distressing menopause symptoms that women report is anxiety (you can check the forum if you want the gory details). A study comparing neroli

Natural Remedies for Menopause: What Really Works? Part 2

Which natural remedies for menopause really work? Learn about natural and lifestyle remedies for common menopause symptoms like Memory Problems, Weight Gain, High Cholesterol, Vaginal Symptoms

Natural Remedies for Menopause: What Really Works? Part 1

Which natural remedies for menopause really work? Learn about natural and lifestyle remedies for common menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes, mood problems and insomnia

6 Essential Menopause Foods for Your Midlife Diet

There are some essential foods for the menopause diet. These 6 healthy foods will help manage menopause weight, symptoms and overall health.

Stroke Risk and Sleep: Enough is Just Enough

Stroke risk and sleep are related. How much sleep you get can change your risk for stroke, and too much or too little can both raise your risk.

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