Hot flushes can strike at any time, so if you don’t have a fan handy then this simple tip might help.
Hot flashes are the bane of many women’s lives during menopause and breast cancer but it seems this natural food has not proved helpful specifically, but don’t rule it out as a healthy supplement.
Hot flushes are the most common complaint for women going through menopause. Here are some of the reasons why!
Confusing synthetic progestins found in HRT with bioidentical progesterone has led to some wrong assumptions about the effectiveness and safety of the hormone and hidden its real benefits to women.
Your lifestyle may be a more important factor than you think in keeping your hormones in balance and your symptoms in check. Bioidentical hormones are an important factor in this, but there is much you can do for yourself.
Bioidentical hormones can really help you get control of your flushes and night sweats, but these everyday tips will make a difference too.
There is no doubt that one of the most aggravating, and sometimes annoyingly persistent, symptoms of menopause are those dratted hot flushes and night sweats. A combination of bioidentical natural hormones and key changes to diet and lifestyle can make all the difference to coping with them.
Is it ‘all in your head‘ and is your brain really responsible for starting those flushes? Some answers, and some help from bioidentical hormones.
Hot flushes need a variety of help from bioidentical hormones to a simple technique that can help just when you need it most – when a flush is coming on.
Hot flushes can ruin your day, or night, and bioidentical hormones will get you back on track, but there could be another way to help you beat them and that is in the kitchen!