Hot Flashes In Menopause and
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What Are Hot Flashes?
Women spend 30 years of life on average after menopause, which is more than
one-third of their lives About forty percent of premenopausal women and 70
to 80 percent of women who naturally go through menopause and 90 to 100 percent
of those who have had their ovaries removed will experience hot flashes. In
30 percent of women, vasomoto flashes occur more than 10 times a day.
Hot flashes and
perspiration do not jeopardize life, but they may result in anxiety and
discomfort and they can even affect one’s career, housework and leisure time.
usually occur during the night so they affect sleeping patterns and lead to
perspiration and sleeplessness. This can cause insomnia, anger, restlessness
and reduces mental functions. The immune system then becomes more
vulnerable to all sorts of stress disorders and can be indirectly related to
coronary heart diseases
safe, natural treatment for hot flashes! The other proposed allopathic
treatments are not acceptable for women or practitioners due to their side
effects, inappropriate efficacy or unclear dosage. Menopause symptoms are
different among populations with different diets, especially those rich in
Herbs with estrogen-like
components that help with hot flashes include:
(read the study on
the valerian capsules used which contained 225 mg of Valerian root were
prescribed 3 times a day for 8 weeks)
flax seed oil and walnuts are also helpful with
menopause hot flash symptoms
Researchers have done studies on
many herbs that offer relief from recurrence of menopausal hot flashes,
including avocado and soybean oil (piascledine®),
(Read study on the herbal licorice capsules used which contained 330 mg licorice
root. The study subjects took them for 8 weeks 3
times a day morning, noon and
night) and Pimpinella anisum.
Remedies for Hot Flashes in Menopausal Women
Hot flashes in the evening. Anxiety,
panic attacks and over-excitable during menopause. Other symptoms during
menopause are faintness during peri-menopausal period. Fast pulse and insomnia.
Heat flushing during peri-menopause.
Flooding; hemorrhage of non-menstrual bleeding (metrorrhagia) during
menopause; involuntary urination.
Mild heat flushes during peri-menopause.
Depression before, during and after menopause.
Hot flashes especially in the afternoon,
sweaty face and the face is red and burning. Profuse perspiration of
Hot flashes as if warm water was poured
over the body. Very thirsty. Irritable.
Hot flashes moving upwards with
hot sweats and perspiration on face and hands, worse before periods and
alternating with anxiety, palpitations and chills. During menopause they
feel fatigue and chilliness without cause.
Hot flashes in the evening at 10:30
There is obesity and/or real noted
weight gain during menopause. Hot flushes especially in the face;
with red and flushed face; heat flushing ascends upwards to and of the face;
sweating on front of body from slightest exertion, sweats with
with sensation as if about to perspire but no moisture; perspiration in
single parts, especially during forenoon, and ameliorated while eating.
Anxiety during flushes of heat during menopause.
Hot flashes in the face.
Hot flashes especially in the evening
and after exertion; flushing moves upwards; with
perspiration on upper part of body day and night, with palpitations,
and during slight exertion or mental activity and while writing.
The whole body feels burning heat and
sweats, but is always relieved by warmth.
Sudden heat flushes and clammy sweats
during the day. Heat and burning pain in the vertex (top) of head.
Flushes of heat to face and redness of face; flushing from emotions. Worse from
mental exertion. Worse after eating. Heat flushes may be with or without
perspiration. Sweats may come on with and from mental exertion. Hot
flashes and sweats at night. Perspiration is clammy and may be better after
eating. Profuse perspiration of female genitals during menopause.
Hot flashes that move upward
to the face, with clammy sticky sweats, worse in the evening, worse in crowded
room and warm room. Offensive smelling sweats.
Menopausal dryness and vaginal
thinning; intense vaginal pain. Flushing is excessive and heavy.
Hot flashes while eating dinner. Worse from movement, with nausea.
Better lying down. Profuse
perspiration on face and in the evening, of female genitals. Hot flushes from
anxiety. Other symptoms during menopause: fast pulse; heavy periods;
non-menstrual bleeding (metrorrhagia); faintness.
Hot flashes as if dashed with warm
water, coming upwards from the stomach or back. Hot flashes with weakness.
Also coming on during sleep or in the evening. Heat flushes
from emotions or alternating with anger. Sweating is clammy and
profuse on the front of body, abdomen and chest.
as if warm water is poured over one, with perspiration moving upwards;
hot flashes in the face in the evening, after eating, and during heat; hot
flushes prevent sleep. Other symptoms during menopause: painful periods near
menopause; heavy periods during menopause; non-menstrual bleeding (metrorrhagia);
involuntary urination; brittle fingernails; skin eruptions.
Hot flashes of especially the face, while the rest of the body feels chilly
when not flushing .Hot sweats worse at
night and worse from heat. The woman is not thirsty, but is almost always weepy.
Hot flashes that move upward with
profuse perspiration and weakness after a flush. Hotflashes specially during the
day in the afternoon, in the evening and at night. Worse for slightest
exertion mental or physical. Worse from anxiety during hot flashes. Hot sweats worse at
night; offensive smelling sweats; profuse perspiration of female genitals
Vaginal dryness and thinning.
Inflammation of the vagina (and the outer urinary tract) due to the thinning
and shrinking of the tissues, as well as decreased lubrication.
Very painful soreness from sexual intercourse. Involuntary urination.
Hot flashes in the chest and ascending
upwards to the face, heat in head. Worse for heat of any kind.
Worse in a warm room. worse in the evening, worse at night, and worse in
a room full of people. Weakness after a flush. Hot sweats day and night.
Heat flushes with perspiration worse before periods and in a room full of
in face, with clammy, sticky sweats. Worse in the evening, worse at night.
Worse after exercise. Red face; with perspiration and especially while eating warm
food. Other symptoms during menopause of: trembling inside; pains at
menopause; cervical erosion; prolapse uterus and vagina; emptiness in
stomach; nosebleeds; canker