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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.
Not to worry, it will only take a few hours for them to make this money back.
Pfizer Inc. must pay about $75 million in punitive damages to an Illinois woman who developed cancer after taking one of the drugmaker’s menopause treatments, people familiar with a sealed verdict in the case said.
A Philadelphia jury ordered Pfizer’s Wyeth unit on Oct. 26 to pay the bad-conduct award, which is about 20 times larger than the $3.7 million in actual damages the panel awarded to Connie Barton over her use of Wyeth’s Prempro menopause drug, according to people with direct knowledge of the verdict.
A judge ordered Barton’s punitive-damage award sealed at Wyeth’s request until the trial of another Prempro lawsuit in the same courthouse is completed. Lawyers in that case say jurors won’t start deliberating on that suit’s claims for another three weeks.
“The company believes there is no basis in fact or in law for the jury verdict in the Barton case,” Pfizer spokesman Christopher Loder said. “We plan to ask the judge to reject both the compensatory and punitive awards. We anticipate that if the judge doesn’t grant the company a judgment notwithstanding the verdict, we will appeal.”
Loder said he couldn’t comment on the amount of the punitive damages verdict because of a court order banning disclosure of it while a related trial is in progress.
It is true that all menopause night sweats are triggered by hormonal imbalances. What many people may not understand is that menopause treatments like Zoloft, Paxil and Effexor night sweats are a little different. For a quick science lecture, take a look at hormonal imbalances that most often are caused by things such as PMS and menopause.
That medication may be the problem for people who need medication to manage disorders such as bipolar disorder, clinical depression and anxiety. The medicines correct the chemical imbalance in the brain as probably causing one in the hormonal body system. In order for the patient to have relief from their menopause symptoms it is necessary to apply a hormonal supplement to give them freedom from some of the other following symptoms.