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Going through menopause. Experiencing chills, sleeplessness. Solution?

My question is that for the last few years I seem to get lots of chills not even a cold I had blood tests last year and everything came back ok apart from going through the menopause Is there anything I can take to do to prevent getting chills I still go to work every day and have alot of energy even though i dont sleep that well Thankyou
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Having chills could be partially related to hormonal changes in menopause. However, viral infection and anemia should be ruled out through physical examination and blood work of this year.

Being sleeplessness is also related to menopause. I advise:

- cut off energetic drinks, cola, carbonated and coffee
- avoid fatty, sugary or too salty foods (processed)
- drink more water
- take chamomile tea at bedtime
- ask your doctor to start prescribing sleeping pills.

At the end, keep being as energetic as you are now to "beat" menopause symptoms.

All the best!
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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