Jerking awake one night at 3am into an inhospitable but familiar darkness I felt — finally — at the end of my tether.
Like so many women before me, I had no idea that these problems might be linked to fluctuating hormones, writes MARIELLA FROSTRUP
For two years I’d been plagued with insomnia; endless nights spent lying there with my heart pounding, my eyes feeling wide open even when closed, moving rapidly beneath my eyelids.
During the day I was exhausted, anxious, stressed and bad-tempered. I hadn’t felt like ‘myself’ for so long that I could hardly remember who the real me was.
Yet because my periods hadn’t entirely stopped, I — like so many women before me — had no idea that these problems might be linked to fluctuating hormones.
Besides, I’d had the grand sum of…
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