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What To Do For Hot Flashes
Fatigue, slow brain activity, and low sex drive, all common symptoms of menopause that assail and beset women. But perhaps the most common--hot flashes—remains the most annoying of all the symptoms. The surge of heat from face to neck serves as a source of stress and exasperation for women.
Understanding how Hormones Cause Hot Flashes
A woman’s body suffers from constant fluctuation of her primary hormones—estrogen and progesterone—but perimenopause actuates the biggest change of these chemicals. During the perimenopause stage, a biofeedback mechanism called "estrogen dominance" starts to take effect.

In this condition, the hypothalamus and pituitary glands that regulate hormone production will boost estrogen production in the ovaries. When estrogen production increases, blood vessels may dilate and constrict, which will cause a hot flash.
An unexpected burst of heat will make women think they are having an anxiety attack. The thought of an anxiety attack will release stress hormones and lead to a phenomenon known as the sympathetic reaction.
Balance Your Hormones
Invisible to the eye, hormones influence our daily activities. Hormones control our weight. They influence our arousal. They even control our body temperature. With our hormones in proper balance, the body can stabilize its temperature to prevent hot flashes. 
Natural solutions to balancing hormones include:
  • Eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruits, vegetables, complex carbohydrates and protein
  • Exercising regularly
  • Getting enough sleep
  • Natural Hot Flashes Relief Solution

Thanks to the ingredients listed in Natural Hot Flashes Solution, women can regain their confidence. Ingredients such as Black Cohosh can quell hot flashes thanks to the natural phyto-compounds that can effectively mimic estrogen in the human body.

While other herbs, including Dong Quai can elevate the neurotransmitter serotonin for improved mood. When collated together with Dogwood, Dioscorea, Mexican Wild Yam, Paeonia Suffruticosa and Pueraria Mirifica, the formula can enhance estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin and FSH for improved control over hot flashes.

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