Menopause is a natural process when the production of female hormones (estrogen and progesterone) declines and a woman stops having her monthly periods. It usually happens gradually between the ages of 45 and 55.
During this time, a woman can experience uncomfortable menopause symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats, migraine headaches, anxiety, fatigue and insomnia.
Hormone replacement therapy drugs can help hot flashes, but come with many potential side effects for the heart, lungs and breasts. As a result, more and more women today are seeking to use natural remedies.
This video is a brief overview of some of the most proven natural remedies for hot flashes in menopause. More details about each of these can be found in articles here in the Nutrition Breakthroughs blog. Use the search option in the top menu to learn more about them.
Make good use of these natural remedies to stay “cool as a cucumber!”
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