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Sleep soundly every night. Never have another hot flash. Say goodbye to mood swings. Ok,so maybe you can't feel 100 percent every minute of the day, but you can come pretty close. Whether you're experiencing the rough ups and downs of menopause or just looking for a way to get more shuteye, it's up to you to take steps to get relief. So get to it! Follow these do-it-yourself tips to feel great today.
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Listening to your body and are key to getting relief. Learn how to and meditate to sleep better and improve your mood.
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Whether you toss and turn or wake up low on energy, combat your bedtime troubles with these five little-known tips for better sleep.
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From yoga to power walking, exercise is the best way to get a pick-me-up and tame your mind. Try these exercises to sleep better, beat irritability and feel alive.
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