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Hot flushes are the most common symptom of menopause, referring to the dilation of the peripheral blood vessels, which leads to a rise in skin temperature and flushing of the skin. In the typical hot flush, the skin, especially on the head and neck, becomes red and warm from a few seconds to two minutes, with cold chills thereafter. Hot flushes can be accompanied by other symptoms, including increased heart rate, headaches, dizziness, weight gain, fatigue, and insomnia.


The natural approach focuses on improving physiology through diet, exercise, nutritional supplements, and the use of natural medicines. An especially important dietary recommendation in the relief of hot flushes is to increase the consumption of soya foods. Several nutrients have been shown to be effective, such as vitamin E, vitamin C and flavonoids like hesperidin.


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