Is it Hot in Here, or is it Just Me? One Natural, Non-Invasive Way for Controlling Hot Flashes

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By Erin Maes Conditions: Women'sMenopause Symptoms: hot flashes

The change of life. The critical period. The big M.
No matter what we may prefer to call it, virtually all women agree that menopause is no fun, and not something that anyone looks forward to. Women experiencing "the change" may experience any number of a long list of possible symptoms as the body transitions into life beyond the childbearing years. Although our culture is shifting away from expectations that menopause should signal an end to a woman's interest in sex, it does end the menstrual cycle and decrease the body's estrogen and progesterone levels. 
The hormonal changes involved in menopause affect the whole person, mentally, physically, and emotionally, and may seem to interfere with every aspect of life. Since each woman is unique, each experiences a different combination of symptoms at varying degrees of severity, but some symptoms are more commonly reported than others.

Examples of symptoms that menopausal and perimenopausal women are most likely to experience include irregular periods, vaginal dryness, sleeplessness, fatigue, low libido, mood swings, and hot flashes, which more than 80 percent of women report during menopause. 
Experiencing Hot Flashes
Hot flashes are characterized by a prickly flood of heat to the neck and face. As a secondary symptom, hot flashes sometimes result in a release of excess stress hormones by causing women to worry that they are about to have a heart attack or other serious health event. 

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Why Hot Flashes?
When a woman begins ovulating irregularly during perimenopause, the limbic system begins producing extra estrogen in an attempt to stimulate the ovaries into regular activity. Large amounts of estrogen are then released into the body. These hormonal fluctuations cause blood vessels to expand and contract, provoking sudden changes in temperature. Hot flashes occur during a rapid drop in estrogen.
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Natural Treatment Methods
Now that hot flashes are better understood, it is important to know they are treatable. Make sure to assess your current lifestyle and decide if some simple changes would help your body regulate its hormone production. A balanced diet of whole foods, regular physical activity, and adequate sleep will help relieve a number of symptoms of hot flashes. 
If you have already exhausted your options for lessening the frequency of hot flashes using lifestyle changes and herbal medicines, or would rather incorporate additional treatments, don't give up without trying this Natural Hot Flashes Releif Solution.

Some women have found that herbal formula combined with yoga exercises further improve their symptoms and help them avoid the affects of unnecessary stress. Benefits of the herbs are known to help decrease the severity and duration of your hot flashes by giving you more control over your stress levels during and after each episode.

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