Home Remedies for Hot Flashes That Really Work

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If you were one of the people who asked for natural treatments for the hot flashes of menopause, your answers will be in today’s video!

Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause, and are caused by the big hormonal changes in the female body.

They can happen even some months before your menopause starts.

Not to mention that, many times, it happens suddenly throughout the day, and its intensity varies from woman to woman.

Menopause usually happens in between the ages of 48 and 51, but many women can go through the climacteric, a period that signals the woman is entering menopause,even 2 or 5 years before.

And that’s when the hot flashes start, together with sudden mood changes and an increase in localized fat in the belly.

Even though they are common, they are still very uncomfortable.

And there are some ways of reducing this discomfort and improving your life quality, if you are going through it.

Besides these natural medicines, your eating is also a very important factor to reduce the hot flashes of menopause.

And if all these tips and natural medicines still don’t solve your problems, keep a hand fan or a portable fan close for when the flashes occur.

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