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how to mitigate the hot flashes

With the term flushing, it refers to sensations of hot, sudden, and intense on the face and the upper part of the body. Often hot flashes are preceded or accompanied by other symptoms, such as a rapid heartbeat, excessive sweating, nausea, dizziness, anxiety, headache, weakness or a choking sensation. These are the most common in women in menopause, because of the many hormonal changes that are occurring in the body. The decrease of estrogen in the body that accompanies menopause is the main cause of hot flashes. Factors such as l’obesity, l’ physical inactivity, smoking, excessive stress, warm baths, saunas, eating spicy foods, and drinking too much can make the symptoms worse. Hot flashes vary from woman to woman, some have it only because it’ beginning of menopause, while others may experience it for the rest of your life. They can still be very annoying, even if of short duration, especially if you feel the night, favouring l’ insomnia. You can opt for some medicines and therapies prescribed by the doctor and also use some simple home remedies. We will then how to mitigate the hot flashes:

l’ apple cider vinegar is very useful in the treatment of hot flashes, helps regulate toxins that the body is trying to eliminate through the sweat. This, in turn, reduces l’incidence and l’intensity of hot flashes and night sweats. Dilute one or two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, organic and unfiltered in a glass d’water, juice, or vegetable juice. Drink one to two times per day until the symptoms disappear. Soy is one of those foods that help to l’ balance of hormone levels and have some estrogenic activity and hence can effectively treat hot flashes. Try to consume two servings of foods made from soy per day. Also flax seeds are useful for the purpose, being rich in phytoestrogens. Also, flax seeds help improve l’mood, reduce pain in joints and muscles , reduce chills and lessen the sweating.

 

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