Hot flushes (aka flashes) and night sweats – seven out of every ten women undergoing menopause have at some point experienced problems with hot flushes and sweating. Hot flushes can be the body’s response to declining oestrogen levels. 

Anxiety, stress or mood changes (your body produces cortisol to allow you to cope with stress – oestrogen helps maintain the level of cortisol in your body – declining oestrogen – your body’s ability to cope with stress is reduced) can also contribute to hot flushes.

A healthy liver can potentially reduce the severity of hot flushes.

Learn more about how to naturally support the 3 stages of menopause – HERE

Learn some cooling tips for a hot flush – HERE