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Hot Flashes during Menopause and How to Deal With It

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SOURCE AntiAging Institute of California

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Hot flashes are among the most common symptoms of menopause, but they are also highly manageable. Women have many options when it comes to taking control of their menopause hot flashes and other symptoms. Lifestyle changes and natural supplements can provide women with powerful relief from menopause symptoms. 

When a woman experiences menopause painful bones, irritability, lightheadedness menopause or irregular periods, they can significantly interfere with her life and daily activities. Anxiety menopause can increase her stress levels and even trigger more symptoms. Women may benefit from tracking their symptoms. Identifying the unique symptoms a woman is experiencing can help her develop a plan of attack.

Women who are suffering from menopause symptoms can benefit from a balanced diet. A healthy diet that contains plenty of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, lean proteins and low-fat dairy can give women the nutrients they need without excess calories. Some women may need to trim processed food, fast food and high-fat foods from their diets. These foods can trigger hot flashes and other symptoms and may increase the risk of weight gain and other health issues.

Exercise is also a great way to manage symptoms. A healthy exercise plan should include stretching, aerobic exercise and strength training. Menopausal women are more prone to osteoporosis and painful bones, which means that weight bearing exercises are extremely important and can actually help preserve bone tissue. Good weight bearing exercises can include dancing, walking and jogging.

Because hot flashes are often triggered by spicy foods, hot foods and hot beverages, women may need to trim these from their diets. Sleeping with a fan, dressing in layers and staying adequately hydrated can also be beneficial. Natural supplements such as DON'T PAUSE tend to be highly effective in managing hot flashes. DON'T PAUSE contains herbal ingredients that are designed to help keep hormone levels balanced, which can reduce the incidence and severity of hot flashes and night sweats. 

The AntiAging Institute of California offers supplements that are designed to promote healthy aging through natural ingredients and powerful nutrients. DON'T PAUSE for menopause and other treatments are available to improve overall functioning and restore health.

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