Night-Sweats & Hot flashes

The Night-Sweats & Hot flashes: What Can I Do?

A sudden and uncomfortable sensation of heat on the skin and upper part of the body is called a hot flash. They are experienced by women, and to a lesser extent, by men. Hot flashes are bothersome, and in more severe cases, night sweats cause insomnia or force women to change bedding/pajamas to get comfortable until the next one strikes.

In this article, we’ll take a quick look at hot flashes & night sweats and show you how to get rid of them.

Night Sweats, Hot flashes & Solutions

Night sweats and hot flashes are two of the most common symptoms of menopause. Seventy-five percent of American women who are in the perimenopause/menopause stages experience them. While some women get them a few times per week, others may have several per hour, negatively impacting their quality of life.

Not smoking, exercising regularly, adding nutritional supplements and organic foods to diet on a long-term basis, and using some herbal products (such as black cohosh, red clover, and soy) are some of the commonly utilized methods of reducing hot flashes. In other words, to curtail the severity of hot flashes, menopausal women should consider significant lifestyle changes.

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) is another treatment to help women deal with difficult-to-manage hot flashes and night sweats. HRT is one of the most popular treatments for hot flashes, but it comes with several downsides. Increased risk of heart attack, stroke, blood clots, breast cancer, etc., are some of the risks of taking hormones.

KÜLKUF: A Popular Cooling Bracelet

There is an efficient alternative solution that doesn’t involve making significant lifestyle changes, taking medications, or experiencing unwanted side effects of HRT.

Külkuf bracelets are new digital cooling devices providing practical and painless relief for hot flashes & night sweats. Külkuf is a drug-free, all-natural way to cool off and relieve hot flashes. Külkuf bracelets help women have calm nights and get the rest they need.

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