75% of menopausal women have had experience of hot flushes.
In the video below menopause expert Eileen Durward talks about the causes and treatments plus gives some helpful tips on relieving hot flushes during the menopause:
What are Hot flushes?
Hot flushes are a common symptom of the menopause experienced by 75% of menopausal women and can be described as a sudden feeling of warmth or heat in the body. Hot flushes may occur on their own but are often accompanied by night sweats or excessive sweating during the day.
Hot flushes. Hot flashes. What is the difference?
Menopause hot flushes & sweats
What can I expect?
Why do they occur?
Menopause hot flushes and the environment
Other reasons for getting hot flushes
Treatment of menopausal hot flushes
Reference:1.Schwingl PJ. Obstet Gynecol 1994;84:29-34
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