Effective non-hormonal treatments for hot flashes & menopause

menopauseupdateMarch 7, 2009

If you need hot flash or night sweat relief and don't want to take hormones, learn the truth about effective non-hormonal hot flash treatments at MenopauseUpdate.com. Learning the truth means learning the results of well-designed medical research studies. This is what you will learn at MenopauseUpdate.com. You will also learn the truth about the serious risks of taking hormones and "bioidentical hormones". Currently there are 2 effective non-hormonal hot flash treatments that have been shown to provide long-term relief; they are gabapentin and oxybutynin. At MenopauseUpdate.com you will learn everything you need to know about how to start experiencing relief from hot flashes and night sweats.

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Hot Flashes, HOT FLASHES...............what's a girl to do? I'll tell you what to do. You look for alternatives that will help to lessen the symptoms that come out of nowhere to make your life miserable and crazy! I suffered with them for quite awhile and then I decided to try a few things to help alleviate the hot flashes and the night sweats or make them more bearable.

Someone had suggested using a satin pillowcase, because they are smooth and the fabric is nice and cool. Trust me, it works, Especially when you flip the pillow over.

The second thing I do and what I have to found to work best for me is an eye pillow, right out of the freezer. I keep it there so its ready at a moments notice. I use a peppermint scented one because it opens up my sinuses and that helps me to breathe a lot better and helps any sinus or tension related headaches. The cold flax seed inside the eye pillow surrounds my eyes, temples, forehead and cheeks. You will be amazed at just how much relief and comfort you will get. The weight of the flax seed applies just enough acupressure to soothe and relax your facial muscles so your not so tense and uncomfortable . The eye pillow also blocks out all light so you can truly relax and get some needed rest.

I searched online and found several sites that had them. The one I decided to go with was A Touch Of Satin. I liked them because their ingredients were organic, and that was important to me. They had an unbelievably large selection of patterns and I like the feel of satin on my skin. They also had a page on their site that talked about the benefits of their aromatherapy scents. They had lavender as well and that is suppose to be very calming and they also had them unscented. It was very interesting. If you want to check them out, go to the link shown below. Well, I hope this helps you. Good luck!

Here is a link that might be useful: A Touch Of Satin

    Bookmark   March 8, 2009 at 7:08PM
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Moodiness is one of the most featured traits of ladies when you asked their lovers or husbands. But, what guys do not realize is that women of all ages do not only make this out. Sometimes, the cause of discomfort, mood swings, loss of appetite and the like is to be held responsible to hormonal change. These signs occur specifically to women whose demographics falls under the forty�s or the start of the menopausal years. Get involved and get sound advice to make her uneasiness endurable by being a supportive partner and who knows you could be the most effective treatment for her hot flashes.

Here is a link that might be useful: treatment for hot flashes

    Bookmark   December 3, 2012 at 9:38PM
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