What is with these Hot Flushes?
Posted May 16, 2013 by in Emotional IQ

Is it spontaneous combustion? Is it a personal summer? OR Is it stuffy in here? No it’s a hot flush, sensations of intense heat, perspiring  which come in waves and last anything from 5-20 minutes.

The hot flushes are responsible for women constantly seeking out medical advice on whether they have hormonal imbalance whether it could be menopause or otherwise.
Hormonal replacement therapy has not necessarily been the most effective treatment for hot flushes. The side effects of hormone replacement therapies having resulted in women seeking other more natural therapies, mainly due to the increased risk of breast cancer, heart disease and stroke.
Hot flushes are usually experienced by women around the time of menopause with an increasing number of women starting to experience these at a much younger age during the onset of ‘peri-menopause’. For some women they may be accompanied by night sweats, nausea, headaches, and insomnia and heart palpitations. These hot flushes can cause major anxiety and cause much discomfort for the women concerned.
Hot flushes have been known to disrupt a woman’s quality of life , sexual relationship and social life, and in order to try and relieve some of the discomfort of hot flushes we suggest you try the following…