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Hormones, Hot Flashes, and Health


Published April 17, 2017

Hot Flashes—How Many Years Do They Last?

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night with a soaking wet pillow and sheets to match? Night sweats are no joke, and along with them, menopause can bring a whole host of symptoms in women, from brain fog and weight gain to fatigue and a lack of sexual desire. All of these symptoms are unpleasant, but some of the most uncomfortable symptoms for many women are the hot flashes and night sweats. They always show up at the worst possible time, and some women have even reported having hot flashes for up to or even more than 10 years! The good news is that there are easy fixes you can employ to improve your health, and these fixes may have a great impact on the severity and duration of your hot flashes—they may even help you beat those symptoms before they begin! Read more…

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