16.08.2015
Avoid triggers. According to WebMD, there are certain triggers that may bring on hot flashes. Relax. A recent report by NCCAM states that hypnosis sessions can help decrease hot flashes. Get acupuncture. In June, an article in the medical journal Seminars in Oncology reported on a randomized controlled trial that looked at the use of acupuncture for hot flashes. For more information on these and other options for treating hot flashes, talk with your health care provider, and contact the Cancer Integrative Medicine Program at Rush University Medical Center at (312) 563-2531. This entry was posted in Cancer, Integrative Medicine, Rush University Cancer Center and tagged acupuncture, alternative medicine, breast cancer, hot flashes, Integrative Medicine.
As an acupuncture physician who is also a clinical hypnotherapist, I can attest to healing power of acupuncture and hypnosis to help both hot flashes and the nausea which arise from chemotherapy. About this BlogRush InPerson is a forum for doctors, nurses, professors, students and patients to share their experiences about life at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. Rush is a not-for-profit health care, education and research enterprise comprising Rush University Medical Center, Rush University, Rush Oak Park Hospital and Rush Health.
1.Some research suggests that soy may have some benefit for reducing hotflashes and other symptoms of menopause.
2.Black cohosh is a popular choice for the reduction of hot flashes, although little evidence exists about whether it is effective for menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes and night sweats. 3.Natural progesterone has been found to provide relief for hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause for many women. 4.A study published in Gynecologic and Obstetric Investigation found that Vitamin E may help reduce the occurrence and severity of hot flashes and night sweats during menopause. 5.Effexoris a an antidepressant that has been found to reduce hot flashes in women undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
8.Dietary triggers that can start a bout of hot flashes include alcohol, caffeine, and cayenne and other spicy foods. 9.Traditional hormone replacement therapy (HRT) that includes estrogen replacement provides relief from hot flashes associated with menopause.
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You may hear claims that black cohosh provides effective relief against these and other symptoms of menopause, including headaches, heart palpitations, and anxiety. Anecdotal evidence, however, found that the drug significantly reduced the number of hot flashes experienced in a small group of women. If your hot flashes seem to be worse after consuming these foods, try eliminating the offenders and see if the hot flashes subside. Wear all cotton clothes that allow your skin to breathe and keep a fan nearby during hot weather to reduce the number of hot flashes you experience. Reflexology is a widely used therapy in  Asian and Scandinavian countries that brings balance to body while relieving the stress and discomfort associated with body changes during a menopausal hot flash.
HRTs were created by the medical community and can be synthetic forms of estrogen and progesterone. Two very high-profile studies indicated that HRT does not deliver on its promises and can be seriously detrimental to our health.


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In observance of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here’s a little more information about hot flashes, and some helpful tips on how to reduce the heat — inside and out.
Many women also experience sweating at night (aka night sweats), a rapid heart rate and chills after the night sweats subside. Hot flashes are probably the first symptom we think of when we think of menopause or perimenopause (the years before menopause). Foods that contain soy include tofu, tempeh, miso, soy milk, whole soybeans, texturized vegetable protein, and soy powder. While there have been several small and inconsistent studies regarding the use of black cohosh for menopausal symptoms relief, the results have been inconsistent.
Before choosing estrogen replacement therapy, be sure you understand the both the risks and the benefits and how their relevance to your personal medical history.
Even if you do a few of the things suggested – it will work for you, easily, safely and naturally. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM), they are “a problem for many menopausal women and a common side effect of breast cancer treatment.” Unfortunately, hot flashes aren’t just quick bouts of heat sensations that come and go quickly. There was a lot of trial and error as we tried to find the best combination of products for me. Stress is detrimental to your health and can lead to many life-threatening diseases like heart disease and cancer.
They vary in intensity, duration and frequency, and interrupt sleep, often causing a sense of discomfort, anxiety and decreased quality of life.



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