Menopause is not a very light period for most women. In the body, various changes occur, associated with the loss of hormones, mainly estrogen and progesterone. It is caused by a decrease in the function of the ovaries. The body tries to cope with different levels of hormones and it is accompanied by various symptoms.
The menopause, as well as the period that precedes it, very often brings sweating and hot flushes. This is due to fluctuations in hormonal levels and sensations of the mohouc very uncomfortable and deteriorate the quality of life. For some women, hot flashes become unbearable.
Flushing and sweating
Hot flushes can occur during menopause at different times of day and night, and they greatly make life difficult for a woman. They can occur even before the onset of Klimakteria. These symptoms are really needed to moderate the natural way.