Menopause and sleep: Advice from a sleep expert

Discover the practices that can help you sleep better through the fluctuations of menopause.

Does menopause affect your sleep? Want your sleep questions answered?

Noon Founder Eleanor Mills spoke with Lucy Goff, creator of wellness company @LYMAlife, and sleep expert Dr Michael Grandner, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, College of Medicine at the University of Arizona. Certified in Behavioural Sleep Medicine, Dr Grandner has dedicated his career to researching sleep behaviours and patterns.

The discussion, on @uponnoon on Monday 16th August, addressed disrupted sleep and the menopause, and recommended tactics for helping you through this.

 

 

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