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Those of you who have had to deal with menopause or peri-menopause probably have had the experience known as hot flashes , or "your own personal sauna" as some women refer to it. What can you do about hot flashes other than suffer through them?
First, let’s talk about what causes hot flashes. We actually don’t know what causes them for sure, some people feel that it is due to low levels of estrogen. But since they tend to happen more during peri-menopause which is a time of extreme hormonal fluctuation, we could also assume that they are somehow caused by the hormonal ups and downs, specifically estrogen.
So one of the first choices for treating hot flashes are just some simple lifestyle changes you can adapt to help you get through the period of symptoms. Try to identify your triggers that may be connected to your hot flashes, like drinking a hot beverage or being in situations that stress you out. Some women find that staying away from coffee or other beverages that contain caffeine can help lessen the occurrence of hot flashes. Avoiding alcohol and spicy foods can
The night sweats cause and treatment all deal with the natural occurrence in a woman’s life called menopause . I will disclose brief information on all natural treatments as well as additional remedies to help you get through this period of time.
Why Night Sweats Occur
Night sweats occur because of hormone imbalances in the woman’s body which boosts the metabolism. Another reason night sweats can happen are dysfunctions in the adrenaline glands. What the adrenal glands will do is frequently thrust out extra energy that the body no longer needs as a result of your unbalanced hormones, causing you to sweat at any given time.
If you’re wondering how to stop night sweats from menopause you’ve come to the right place. There’s nothing worse than not being able to sleep in the middle of the night, then waking up from the two hour nap you were able to take, tired, moody, and preparing for hot flashes during the day while cooking breakfast. I’m going to help you conquer these night sweats and restore your happiness back to the way it was prior to menopause.
Why Does It Occur?
Hot flashes and night sweats occur due to hormone imbalances that cause useless adrenaline energy to be released at night and during the day. Your adrenal glands will often receive the wrong signals causing your blood to move faster through your body, therefore, producing sweat. This is a natural 2 to 10 year occurrence in a woman’s body around her late 40s and late 50s, but I will help you deal with it now.
Just what is FDA, Well if you work for a drug company chances are you will work there at some time in your life as well. FDA is the Food And Drug Administration. They regulate the Food and the Drugs that are allowed to be marketed into the United States. So, they are the ones that say if you can or cannot sale a product to the consumers. The objective is to keep drugs safe.. But they actually are very good at keeping the market free of competition. Not enough room here for that discussion so. Here is the post.
Miserable in menopause, Elizabeth Alsgaard pondered an awful choice: Drenching hot flashes or hormone therapies that might raise the risk of cancer. What former actress Suzanne Somers raved about held much more appeal — custom-mixed "bioidentical" hormones, just like ones the body makes.
"Anything I can put into my body that’s natural has to be better," said Alsgaard, a California audiologist who admitted having "no knowledge base to go on other than fear" when she took Somers’ advice.
Night sweats in elderly women usually happen during the menopausal stage. In most women, it will occur anywhere from their mid-40s to their late 50s and in very rare cases, age 35. This whole process happens over a 2 to 10 year period and it can be extremely overwhelming if not treated correctly. I’m going to briefly disclose some information that will most likely help you during this stage.
Why They Happen During menopause, a major change in hormones will occur in the woman’s body causing the hormones to become imbalanced, thus, leading to extra side effects such as mood swings, anxiety, hot flashes in the daytime, fatigue, vaginal dryness, weight gain, and water retention. This shift in hormones causes adrenaline glands in the body to randomly push out unneeded energy causing the body to erratically sweat.