Menopausal hot flashes can severely affect mental health. Hormone therapy is effective, but non-pharmacological interventions like meditation and lifestyle changes help. 

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Hormone therapy can reduce the frequency and severity of hot flashes, improving mental health outcomes. However, it may not be appropriate for all individuals and poses certain risks.

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Hot flashes can trigger feelings of anxiety which can worsen hot flashes. Cognitive-behavioural therapy and relaxation techniques such as deep breathing and meditation may help manage anxiety.

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Meditation improves mental health and may reduce hot flash frequency and severity. Mindfulness-based stress reduction programs are effective in managing hot flashes.

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Lifestyle changes like exercise, a healthy diet, and good sleep help manage hot flashes and boost mental health. Avoiding triggers such as caffeine and spicy foods also helps. 

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Hot flashes significantly impact mental health, but there are ways to manage symptoms, including hormone therapy, CBT, relaxation techniques, meditation, and lifestyle changes.

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