What causes hot flashes during menopause?

Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause. According to WebMD, more than two thirds of women get hot flashes during perimenopause. For many women, they continue past menopause. For some women, they are a minor inconvenience, for other women they can result in being drenched in sweat. If this occurs at night (called night sweats) it can prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep. You may feel constantly tired which prevents you from doing the things you want.

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Should You Use Essential Oils For Menopause Symptoms?

If you are experiencing menopause symptoms like hot flashes or anxiety you are probably looking for a solution. Many women are drawn to essential oils because they seem like a more natural solution than hormones and it is easier than making changes to diet or exercise. This article looks at the safety and effectiveness of essential oils for women going through menopause.

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Belly bloating during menopause

Get Relief From Menopause Belly Bloating

Many women experience belly bloating during menopause. The hormone changes that occur during menopause can contribute to this. Fortunately, there are things you can do to get relief from the belly bloating you are experiencing.

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How A Morning Routine Helps With Weight Loss

You may have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In many ways that is true. In fact the I think that the morning could be considered the most important time of the day.

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Do You Suffer From Weekenditis?

You do great during the week, eating healthy, hitting the gym 3 times. But the weekend comes around and things go bad.

You go out for dinner on Friday, have a few drinks, have pancakes for breakfast on Saturday. Your family is home on Sunday, so you break out the Doritos. And things got so busy that your good intentions of going to the gym were put aside.

All the progress made during the week is lost. You feel like it is time to give up. This is one definition of weekenditis.

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