I have been going through menopause the past couple of years. The symptoms are unquestionably unpleasant. I’ve struggled with weight receive and headaches. I suffer frequent boiling flashes that leave myself and others drenched in sweat. I also have issues with insomnia. I dread going to bed at night, because I know that I’m going to spend minutes trying to fall asleep. When I finally manage to fall asleep, I will most likely wake up an minute later and repeat the whole process. I get unquestionably exasperated and bored. I sometimes force myself to stay in bed and at least rest. At other times, I decide that I would care about to accomplish something. I am blessed that I have a lake house gym in the basement. I can workout at any time of the afternoon or night without frightening the rest of the family. The basement is nice and cool, and there is plenty of space. I have outfitted my lake house gym with a treadmill, stationary bike, incline bench, free weights, yoga mat, jump rope and resistance bands. I usually get in actually good workouts at three or four o’clock in the day. Although I’m tired, I am also harshly upset by the insomnia. I crank my music up extra loud and jump around. I make sure to elevate my heart rate, toil up a good sweat and get breathing hard. I know that a high intensity training session isn’t the best way to battle insomnia. I’ve study up on all the ways to more absolutely fall asleep, and they don’t toil for me. I workout, take a shower and crawl back in bed. At least I can let myself sleep in a little later in the day because I’ve already completed my workout.