We tend to associate hot flashes to women at the time of menopause. However, the condition affects men as well.
In both men and women, hormones are to blame. 619 more words
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Menopausal women who exercise may experience fewer hot flashes in the 24 hours following physical activity, according to health researchers.
In general, women who are relatively inactive or are overweight or obese tend to have a risk of increased symptoms of perceived hot flashes, noted Steriani Elavsky, assistant professor of kinesiology at Penn State. 629 more words
New meta-analysis shows benefits of ancient Chinese method on today’s menopausal hot flashes
CLEVELAND, Ohio (July 14, 2014)—In the 2,500+ years that have passed since acupuncture was first used by the ancient Chinese, it has been used to treat a number of physical, mental and emotional conditions including nausea and vomiting, stroke rehabilitation, headaches, menstrual cramps, asthma, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis, to name just a few. 558 more words