For some women, the symptoms of the menopause have a detrimental effect on their quality of life, and for others the symptoms are barely noticeable at all. But despite the uniqueness of every woman’s menopause experience there are some extremely common symptoms for which advice is readily available. Hot flushes, characterised by a sudden feeling of heat in the upper body, are one of the most commonly experienced menopause symptoms. During a hot flush, your body temperature does not actually rise: your brain only perceives that it has, and so responds by telling your body to sweat. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce discomfort through strategic changes to lifestyle and diet, and we are here to guide you through them.



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