Two of the most common complaints about menopause are hot flashes and night sweats. This uncomfortable symptom affects approximately three-quarters of all women in perimenopause (the time before actual menopause). Once a woman has reached menopause, she may continue to have hot flashes for 6 months to 5 years, and in some women, they may linger for 10 years or even longer, according to the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
What is a Hot Flash?
A hot flash is a feeling of intense heat, not caused by external sources. Hot flashes can appear suddenly, or you may feel them coming on. You may experience:
tingling in your fingers
your heart beating faster than usual
your skin feeling warm, suddenly
sweating, especially in the upper body
your face getting red or flushed
Things you need to know About Hot Flashes:
1. How Long do they last?
Hot flashes often come on suddenly, but how long any single hot flash lasts will vary. Some hot flashes pass after a few seconds, while a long hot flash may go on for more than 10 minutes. On average, hot flashes last about four minutes.
The frequency of hot flashes also varies. Some women experience a few hot flashes per week, while others may have several an hour. Depending where you are in perimenopause, that can change.
Every women will experience Hot Flashes with different length and frequency. This will also change depending on the stage of menopause they are in. Lifestyle changes and supplements may help reduce the frequency and intensity of Hot Flashes
2. What causes hot flashes?
There is clear evidence that hot flashes result from hormonal changes in the body. Some women barely notice hot flashes or consider them a minor annoyance. For others, the intensity may affect their quality of life in a rather negative way. As with all other menopause symptoms, Hot Flashes are the result of imbalances within the body.
Alcohol and Caffeine
Stress and Anxiety
You may be able to reduce the frequency of your hot flashes if you figure out your triggers, and avoid them. Although this won’t prevent hot flashes completely, you may notice that you experience symptoms less often.
Menoxcel works on the underlying cause of symptoms by bringing the natural amino acids, vitamins & minerals into balance.
3.Preventing Hot Flashes
By taking Menoxcel regularly, you are already on your way to lessen the severity and frequency of your hot flashes. On top of that you can also consider some lifestyle changes:
Reduce Alcohol and Caffeine consumption
Eat a well-balanced diet and control portion size.
Stop smoking, and stay away from secondhand smoke
While targeting the underlying cause of symptoms with Natural Supplements such as Menoxcel, it is also important to consider some lifestyle changes that may help you achieve faster results and improve you overall health.
4. Quick Relief Methods
You are already working on reducing the frequency and intensity of your hot flashes. But every now and then you experience them. How can you be prepared to find quick relief?
dressing in layers, so you can adjust your clothing to how you’re feeling
sipping ice water at the start of a hot flash
wearing cotton night clothes and using cotton bed linens
keeping a cold pack on your bedside table
5. Natural Supplements
The main goal of treatment is usually to lessen the severity and frequency of menopause symptoms which are the result of imbalances within the body.
Menoxcel works on the underlying cause of menopause symptoms by bringing the natural amino acids, vitamins & minerals into balance.
That being said, you may also consider including Natural Supplements that can help build your immune system, improve your gut health and reduce stress and anxiety, depending on your particular needs.