Poll: How Are You Managing Women With Sleep Disturbances Who Have Discontinued Hormone Therapy?


A recent study on sleep disturbances in menopause shows a direct connection to the use of hormone therapy. Specifically, when women stop taking hormone therapy they experienced greater periods of poor sleep, waking up during the night, difficulty falling asleep, waking up to early and not feeling rested.

Post menopausal women who discontinue using hormone replacement therapy have a significant increase in sleep disorders.  How are you managing women with sleep disturbances who have discontinued hormone therapy?

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