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Hot Flashes

Hot Flashes are characterized by a sudden warmth felt on the upper parts of the body such as chest, face ,neck and head. Sometimes the condition is referred to as hot flushes or night sweats especially if it occurs at night. It has several triggers such as:

1. Stress due to various reasons
2. High caffeine consumption
3. Alcohol consumption
4. Eating spicy foods
5. Wearing tight clothing
6. Exposure to too much heat
7. Cigarette smoke

The condition is common in women approaching menopause age. In this case it is attributed to changes in the estrogen levels in a woman`s body, however some women do not experience this condition.

Symptoms experienced include:

Feeling warm the upper body
Skin appears blotchy, red and flushed
Drenching perspiration
Increase in heart beat
Extreme exhaustion

It can bring about the following complications in an individual:

Increase in anxiety
Weak memory
Interruptions from doing daily work in case it happens during the day and lack of proper sleep due to sweats at night.

 Product Category Recommendation: Early Menopause Symptoms

Words from our in House Expert:

dr.-dave-bordered.jpgDr. Dave States: This hormonal problem is during the stage of life for the female that is starting to deregulate some of the estrogen circulating in the body.  Light progesterone creams seem to lessen the waves of flashes within the body during this change in hormones.  Feeding the overall endocrine system is essential to making a safe passage to the next stage of life.  Remember it is an essential and natural change in the womans body.


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