5. Get good quality sleep
Sleep is a basic biological requirement just like breathing and it has an impact on every aspect of your health and life.
Women tend to get less sleep than men and sleep problems with women are at epidemic proportions and it gets tougher past 50.
Levels of sleep-promoting estrogen lessen permanently in menopause and symptoms such as cramps, headaches, hot flashes, and night sweats disrupt our slumber.
Feeling tired should never be considered normal.
So go to bed and get up at the same time every day. Ditch stimulants at least 6 hours before retiring. Banish worries and woes to some secret place. Do all you can to relax before going to a slightly cooled bedroom and it’s airplane mode for technology.