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HRT for Women  
HRT for Insomnia, Hot Flashes
and Night Sweats
Night Sweats, Hot Flashes, Insomnia and Hormone Replacement Therapy

Difficulty falling or staying asleep is especially common among perimenopausal and menopausal women. Sleep only occurs when the body temperature falls below a certain level, due to heat loss through the skin, causing us to become drowsy. Dysfunction of thermoregulation in perimenopausal and menopausal women is predominately due to the loss of inhibin along with other hormones. When women have hot flushes and night sweats, the body temperature does not fall. As a result, the sleeping pattern is disrupted, eventually causing insomnia, a lack of concentration, fatigue and irritability. This affects the production of other hormones (e.g. melatonin and cortisol), contributing to further sleep disturbances. On top of that, a decline in hormones predisposes women to weight gain, resulting in the development of sleep apnea, and eventually leading to chronic fatigue.

Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and life style interventions allow Forever Ageless to optimize hormonal levels, reducing the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause, permitting women to finally get a good night's rest on a consistent basis.
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