Posted by Administrator on 6/21/2013
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8 Tips For Relieving Hot Flashes
These natural life-style tips can help you get relief from hot
1. Avoid Synthetic Bedding and Clothing
Synthetic bedding and clothing can contribute to over-heating the body, especially while
sleeping. Unlike natural cottons and linens, synthetic fibers cause us
to perspire more often at night, a time when women most-often experience
over-heating. Tight-fitting clothing, such as
turtle-necks, that are made from synthetic fibers, can also
aggravate hot flashes.
2. Stay Cool
Avoid long periods in direct sunlight and reduce the use of hot tubs,
saunas and even hot showers. Drink cool water with cucumber and stay in
well-ventilated, cool areas of your home. Small room fans can also
provide temporary relief for hot flashes.
3. Quit Smoking
Smoking has been linked to increased occurrence of hot flashes in menopausal women. Women who smoke are likely to have increased hot flashes.
4. Take Time to Unwind
Many women report an increase occurrence of hot flashes during times
of stress. Make sure to make time for yoga, breathing exercises,
visualization, massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, biofeedback
techniques, meditation or other forms of stress relief during the day.
This will help ease heat in your body and mind.
5. Avoid Trigger Substances
Alcohol, fried foods, hot & spicy foods, caffeinated drinks, diet pills and very hot
(temperature-wise) foods can create increased acid and heat in the body.
It is best to avoid these foods and especially foods that cause acid reflux.
6. Exercise Regularly and lose weight
Engaging in daily exercise keeps you in shape, reduces stress, and keep you feeling young and
healthy. Without a healthy body, it is harder to balance the necessary
hormones that prevent hot flashes. Women with a high body mass index (BMI) also have more hot flashes. Try going for more walks throughout the
day. Simple cardio exercise is one of the easiest things you can do to
improve your health.
7. Cleanse Your Body
By cleansing your body on a regular basis you can help balance your organs and hormone levels. Try a colon cleanse and liver detox at least 1-2 times yearly, these cleanses will help promote optimal health.
8. Try Herbs
Black cohosh: assists in the relief of hot flashes, mood swings, night sweats, vaginal dryness
and other symptoms that can occur during menopause, as well as for
menstrual cramps and bloating.
Ginseng: contains phytoestrogens; compounds have a similar molecular structure to estrogen, which can help replace declining estrogen levels in
menopausal women, thus relieving many of their symptoms.