How to Cope with Menopause Fatigue
It is worth learning how to cope with menopause fatigue given the fact that it is persistent and the other symptoms can make it worse. Indeed, tiredness is one of the most common symptoms menopausal women experience, but there is little advice on it simply because the other symptoms are considered more serious. The reality is that by getting enough energy, you will find it easier to cope with hot flashes, mood swings, changes in libido and literally everything in your life.
Get a good night sleep to reduce daily fatigue as much as possible. This can be difficult, given that insomnia is one of the most common menopause symptoms, but there are simple methods that you can use to wake up fresh and full of energy. Adopting bedtime and wakeup routines will help. Taking a warm bath or shower before going to bed and drinking warm milk are effective methods for relaxation. Set the thermostat on a lower temperature to avoid night sweats. Just do not resort to sleeping medications as they will not help in the long run.
Relax as best as possible so that you can get enough physical and mental energy to cope with menopause fatigue. There are many different methods for relaxation that you can use from meditation and acupuncture to massage treatments and aromatherapy. There are different relaxing hobbies such as crafts and gardening. Sometimes, it is sufficient to sit down with a warm cup of tea and listen to music or watch TV.
Do some exercise to get more energy and to relax. Exercising has an extremely beneficial effect on all muscles and actually on all organs of the body. It is useful for mental relaxation as well. By working out, your body will be less prone to menopause fatigue. You will be able to stay calm and get enough sleep. It is recommended that you combine strength training with cardio workout for best results.
Use natural energy booster foods. These include all types of fruits and vegetables and berries, citrus fruits and leafy greens, in particular. Nuts and seeds are great sources of antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients. Legumes are packed with vitamins, minerals and healthy proteins so you should definitely include them in your diet. Avoid caffeine drinks and chocolate, however, as they are known to make other menopause symptoms worse.
The herb Angelica (Tang Kuei) is broadly used across Asia and is fairly freely available in the West and for many people it is extremely effective in relieving symptoms of Menopause and other hormonal issues.
Stay positive so that you can deal with menopause fatigue effectively using all of the above methods. The reality is that being strong mentally will help you be strong physically.
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