Naturally Help Menopause Hot Flashes
Hot flashes are among the complaints that can occur within menopause. They are triggered by the hormonal change of the body and can be perceived as very unpleasant. However, they are not harmful to health.
We would like to answer a few questions about the causes and symptoms here and, in particular, give tips on how to alleviate the symptoms of hot flashes in a natural way.
Causes of Hot Flashes
Hot flashes are symptoms of the hormonal changes women experience during menopause. Changes in estrogen and progesterone affects the body in many ways. This can affect body temperature as well as the thyroid which also has an impact body temperature.
Hot Flashes Symptoms
Dilated blood vessels cause elevated heat so that women perceive this physiological process as a strong and sudden warmth – or rather, a hot flash that can occur several times a day. What helps with hot flashes during menopause?
Fortunately, the unpleasant feelings of hot flashes can be well mitigated with a few tricks. A healthy lifestyle is the best treatment for someone with a healthy immune system and mind.
Many women should first try herbal remedies for hot flashes and treat the body as gently as possible. Sage is one of the plants that is frequently used. Within the herbal medicine community, it is said that sage reduces transpiration (sweating) and regulates thermal control in the brain. Other plants, such as lady’s mantle, chasteberry, black cohosh and lemon balm can balance hormones and thus have an indirect effect on heat regulation. Learn more about how the individual herbs work.
The Natural Remedy
Here at FEMNA Health, developing natural alternatives to menopausal symptoms is a matter of the heart. We have developed a soothing tea containing sage leaves, lady’s mantle, hop cones and angelica root – Be Cool, a tasty and harmonizing wellness tea for “hot” women. Also available as a set with soothing body oil and refreshing roll on.
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