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Of all the symptoms associated with menopause, hot flashes have to be considered among the most ill-desired symptom of all.

While they are an absolute annoyance, it is the hormonal imbalance within that causes them to occur.

Since there are no definitive conclusions as to why hot flashes occur, let’s try to determine how to deal with hot flashes.

Can Lifestyle Changes Reduce Hot Flashes?

According to a recent report on menopause, it was determined that lifestyle and psychological factors can increase the number and severity of hot flashes that a woman experiences.

In fact, women who tested at a high level of anxiety had nearly five times the number of hot flashes as those who tested low.

Women who smoked experienced twice the amount. Being overweight led to an increase in annoying hot flashes, as well.

When Do Hot Flashes Start and How Long Do They Last?

Hot flashes sometimes start with perimenopause, or they may not start until after the last menstrual period has occurred.

Usually, they last three to five years and are usually worse during the year following the last menstrual period.

However, it has been noted that for some women, hot flashes can last indefinitely.

The Hormonal Connection

Although it is a common notion that hot flashes are associated with a decrease in estrogen, there are those who believe it is simply the hormonal balance which acts as the catalyst.

Before puberty, girls have low estrogen but no hot flashes. Conversely, women in the late stages of pregnancy may have hot flashes at a time when their estrogen levels are high.

Researchers have stated that “the secretion of hormones is regulated in the brain by the hypothalamus, which houses the body’s thermoregulatory center.

They believe that something happens in this center that causes the body’s thermostat to be altered. The result is a hot flash, a feeling of excessive warmth if the body gets just a little overheated. In an attempt to cool down, the body perspires and blood vessels dilate, causing skin to turn pink or red.

After a brief time, maybe a few minutes, the heat dissipates, leading to chills.”

Menopause: How To Deal With Hot FlashesRelieving Hot Flashes

The solution to relieve hot flashes was implemented by using hormone replacement therapy. However, we now know that HRT could have side affects which may cause more harm and good.

It has also been recommended to support your body in a natural way, thus not having to rely on prescription drugs used in hormone replacement therapy.

Many women find that with the proper support, their own bodies can correct the hormonal imbalance that is the real cause.

Can Natural Remedies Help Hot Flashes?

MellowPause is a natural, safe and effective liquid herbal formula that works quickly to bring relief from symptoms of menopause.

MellowPause is formulated by our team of experts in natural medicine and is a blend of carefully selected herbs to address symptoms of menopause including hot flashes; insomnia; moodiness; restlessness and irritability. MellowPause is pharmaceutically manufactured to the highest standards.

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Dee is an Adv. Certified Aromatherapist, Reiki Master, Adv. Color/Crystal Therapist, Herbalist, Dr. of Reflexology and single mom who is dedicated to helping others any way she can.

One way she chooses to help is by offering information on the benefits and uses of natural health and healing methods for the well-being of both people and pets.
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