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Always feeling hot!
#1
One of the things I hate most about going through menopause is the constant heat I feel wash over me. I can be outside on a cool day and start sweating out of nowhere. My face turns bright red as well which makes it so embarrassing. Is there anything I can do to combat the hot flashes?
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#2
When my mom was going through the change, she complained about this a lot. She had night sweats which kept her up and she felt awful from not getting enough sleep. She ended up getting some relief when she cut back on dairy and got cool sleep sheets. I can't remember the brand or the actual "kind" they are. They are meant to stay cool though all night.
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#3
I have always had hot flashes and night sweats close to my cycle each month so I am worried that if I am starting meno or when I do start going through it, they will get a lot worse. The only way I have found to cope is to sleep with an ice bottle and use make-up when I get flushed.
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