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May 4th, 2017

Maca and Sleep Disorders

It is a fact, that up to half of menopausal women report poor sleep quality. They experience different kind of conditions likewise: sleep apnea, insomnia,restless leg sindrome or sleep apnea; any one of these conditions could prevent them from resting adequately during night and therefore gettin low energy during the day. This make worse and be worsen by other symptoms, causing a vicious cycle to emerge.

Why do Sleep Disorders happen?

Due to drastic fluctuation of the hormones estrogen and progesteron, which influence the circadian rhythms and the sleep-wake cycle, in addition to running the reproductive system, the sleep cycle is impacted, producing sleep disorders to happen. For these reason, to fall asleep, stay asleep or wake up in the morning turn to be harder for women during the menstrual cycle and menopause transition.

In addition, other symptoms of menopause can contribute to the problem. Night sweats can keep a woman from sleeping or wake her up in the middle of the night, disrupting her sleep. Also, anxiety and negative thoughts can prevent good quality sleep from occurring. These symptoms are also linked to the mentioned changes in hormone levels.

How Maca Helps with Sleep Disorders

Maca naturally restores hormonal balance within the body thanks to its unique nutritional composition. It provides nutrients to glands of the endocrine system, helping them produce the different hormones at a balanced rate and in the correct ratios. This helps regulate not only sleep-wake cycles, but also treats the other symptoms that worsen sleep disorders, like anxiety and night sweats.

Complementing Maca, many women practice relaxation techniques to reduce stress and cool down before bed. Taking a warm, aromatherapeutic bath and/or practicing mindful meditation can help relieve stress and insomnia. Likewise, regular exercise can help in balancing hormone levels and make the body feel more tired and ready for sleep.

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