Tips to Relieve Hot Flashes



Tips to Relieve Hot Flashes


Hot Flashes occur when hormones shift in a woman as she reaches the stage of menopause and when imbalances in hormones are caused by pregnancy, health conditions, and undiagnosed female anomalies. They can make you feel like your whole entire body is on fire, cause a sweat that soaks your clothes and bedsheets – even when it’s the dead cold of winter.

If you are being plagued by frequent hot flashes, there are a few tricks you can use to relieve them and make things more comfortable for you in the future.


Tips to Relieve Hot Flashes

  • Avoid alcohol, spicy foods, nicotine and caffeine: Caffeine, alcohol and spicy foods can spike your natural body temperature and trigger hot flashes. As your body metabolizes these elements – it can cause your body’s metabolism to work harder which thus raises body temperature and can result in immediate hot flashes, sweats, and heat intolerance.


  • Lose Weight: Being overweight can automatically increase your odds at experiencing temperature fluctuations. Body fat keeps you warm when its cold. It is only natural that if you are experiencing hot flashes very frequently- perhaps losing a few pounds will help you not to be so hot.


  • Black Cohosh: (Actaea racemosa, Cimicifuga racemosa) This natural herb has garnered vast attention for its positive effects on those having hot flashes. … Black cohosh can be purchased at your local supplement/herb store and it has not yet been associated with any adverse side effects.


  • Apple Cider Vinegar: Taking 3 tsp a day of apple cider vinegar has been proven to help alleviate and reduce the frequency of hot flashes in menopausal women. Take this before meals and at bedtime to remedy night sweats.


  • Add Soy to Your Diet: Scientists have performed clinical studies on the impact of Soy in woman’s hormonal health. Consuming soy-based foods and beverages can help naturally promote estrogen & testosterone production. The balance in hormones helps you to resolve not only hot flashes, but mood swings and crashes in libido.


Tips to Stop Hot Flashes Naturally: Bottom Line

Pre-menopausal and menopausal women all have sounded out loud and clear about how inconvenient and annoying hot flashes are. You can be outside in the middle of a winter-freeze and it can feel like you are roasting on an open fire. To alleviate and remedy this horrible occurrence try the above-mentioned tips. If these tricks don’t help you may want to consult with a physician who can perform adequate tests and prescribe you with hormonal therapy.

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