Hot flashes during menopause deliver a woman not only physical but also psychoemotional discomfort. Someone tries to cope with unpleasant symptoms on their own, without resorting to traditional and traditional medicine. However, most women still use different drugs.
One of the causes of hot flashes of menopause is a reduction in the production of estrogen, a hormone that takes part in thermoregulatory processes. They are manifested in the form of unexpected attacks of heat, covering the upper part of the body, causing reddening of the face. A woman has a sensation of a sharp increase in temperature, although she remains normal or slightly increases. In this case, there are an increased allocation of sweat, heart rate increases, the head turns and it starts to hurt, there is not enough air.
This condition with menopause can last from 1-2 minutes to half an hour. Then the heat changes to a chill. How long seizures last and how often they come, depends on the physiological characteristics of the woman’s body. In the manifestation of symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes, heredity plays an important role. In some women, seizures are rare, appear about six months, do not cause much concern. But with a pathological climax, they last 5-10 years, many times a day, especially in the evening and at night. The resulting weakness does not allow us to live fully.
Selection of optimal therapy should be performed by a doctor, as self-medication can provoke even greater health problems. A suitable medicine is prescribed for examinations conducted by a therapist, gynecologist and endocrinologist. Also, to combat menopausal hot flushes, it may be necessary to conduct a laboratory blood test for hormones, ultrasound of the thyroid gland, mammary glands and pelvic organs.
To ease the symptoms of vegetative disorders (tides), the most effective are the drugs that increase the level of estrogens in the body. Non-hormonal medications of soothing and anti-stress action are also used, improving sleep, reducing sweating and eliminating neuropsychic disorders caused by hot flashes and other manifestations of menopause.