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How to Survive Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are sudden spurts of warmth, generally over the face, neck, and chest that cause perspiration, a flushed appearance, and rapid heartbeat. Most commonly associated with menopause, hot flashes vary from woman to woman in frequency and duration. Causes Hot flashes are attributed to the changes in a woman's reproductive hormones (estrogen and progesterone) and in

By |2019-01-14T17:51:48-04:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Hot Flashes, Menopause|0 Comments

How To Effectively Manage Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are a common conversation amongst women due to their bothersome and frustrating qualities. Hot flashes occur when there are low testosterone levels, increased cortisol, stress hormones, and low beta– endorphin levels. These fluctuations in estrogen levels can cause many symptoms, but one of the most widespread and troublesome are hot flashes. Here are 4

By |2017-04-25T11:19:24-04:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Hot Flashes, Menopause|0 Comments

Hot Flashes: Are Your Hormones Making You Miserable?

Power surges. Solar flares. An alternative heat source. The jokes about women's symptoms during "the change" are seemingly endless but are no laughing matter if you're the one living them. Hot flashes can range from relatively mild to a sudden and overwhelming feeling of unbearable heat, and are a normal part of more than half

By |2019-01-14T17:51:49-04:00December 8th, 2016|Categories: Hormones, Hot Flashes|0 Comments

Hot Flashes, Night Sweats and Real Help

The approach of menopause often brings unpleasant symptoms such as changes in your period (time between periods may fluctuate and flow may change) thinning bones and bone loss thinning hair vaginal dryness and painful sex hot flashes (warm flushing of face, neck, and chest with or without sweating) night sweats (the nighttime version of hot

By |2017-03-15T11:54:26-04:00December 7th, 2016|Categories: hormone imbalance, Hot Flashes, Menopause|0 Comments