Natural Support for Menopause Symptoms
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Hot flashes are a sudden feeling of feverish heat and generally connected to menopause. While night sweats are similar in the feeling of heat, night sweats are not necessarily connected to menopause but instead may come from an infection, medical condition or other issues within the body. In order to reduce the potential onset of hot flashes and night sweats, these natural remedies may help.
Flaxseed is an excellent addition to any diet, thanks in part to the rich fatty acid components. Taking flaxseed oil can help reduce hot flashes as it acts to stabilize estrogen levels in women.
Grapes help boost the cardiovascular system and assist with poor circulation and high cholesterol, each of which can increase hot flash symptoms. Grape Seed extract will help an individual receive a concentrated dose of this cardiovascular-boosting ingredient.
Eucalyptus oil works in a similar way to peppermint oil. For individuals who do not enjoy the smell of peppermint, eucalyptus oil provides a fresh, less pungent aroma that works exceptionally well in preventing hot flashes and night sweats. It can be placed on a tissue or even a few drops applied to a pillowcase in the event of night sweats.
Night sweats and hot flashes may be signs of menopause, pre-menopause or other medical conditions. Each of these natural treatments can help combat the feeling for more restful sleep.