Hot Flashes

A hot flush (sometimes hot flash or night sweat) is a symptom of menopause and changing hormone levels.

These menopause symptoms expresses itself at night as periods of intense heat with sweating and rapid heartbeat and may typically last from two to thirty minutes.

It’s possible while going through menopause to get these hot flashes a few times each week or up to a dozen times a day, with the frequency reducing over time.

Hormone replacement therapy may relieve many of the syptoms of menopause, though there are many side effects of HRT and several factors to take into consideration before deciding to undergo HRT.

There are natural remedies for menopause symptoms such as hot flushes, you can find out more about these online.

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