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Sleep Issues During Menopause: Root Causes and How to Address Them

Sleep is NOT something you can live without. Especially during perimenopause and menopause, your body relies on the time when you’re asleep to do some of the dirty work of detoxifying, balancing your hormones, repairing damage, and more. While every woman’s individual sleep needs vary for the exact number of hours you should get, the important thing to know is that you need to listen to your body. If you feel off in any of these areas, addressing your sleep habits will be an important step in creating a vibrant, energized life in menopause and beyond.

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#222: Approachable, Effective Strategies for Managing Anxiety Even During Difficult Times with Cameron Rogers

It took literally getting hit by a car for Cameron Rogers to realize the impact her anxious behaviors were having on her life. After this transformative experience, Cameron realized that life is too short to be held back by fears of letting others down. Since the accident, Cameron has dedicated herself to providing easy, approachable, and inexpensive tools to help others deal with their anxiety, and know that they are not alone.

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