How to Deal with Hot Flushes in the Summertime

Tips to Deal with Hot Flushes in The Summertime

If you are having hot flushes in the summertime, you could be left feeling exhausted, irritable, and drained. They can affect your sleep and cause untold stress as you twist and turn in the night trying to cool down. Avoid coffee and stimulating drinks and choose water instead. Wear light and breathable clothing. You will want to leave the window open at night and your partner might want it closed, there could be rows! You might like use a body or face mist. Atlantic Aromatics Lavender Mist is a lovely product to help you feel cool, or you might prefer Rosewater. These gentle mists are great to cool you down.

Supplements to help with hot flushes and night sweats in the summertime

A.Vogel Menosan Sage tablets is the first supplement I think of for hot flushes and night sweats. It’s a one-a-day tablet. It varies from person to person how long it takes to work. Over the years I have seen women where it has worked in a couple of days but others up to 6 weeks. A side benefit of Sage is that there is some research to say that it can help foggy brain and mental sluggishness, another common symptom of the menopausal journey.

Irish Botanica MenoFlash is my first choice if you tell me that you have hot flushes or night sweats, and if you are not sleeping well, and especially if you tell me, you are feeling irritable, stressed, frustrated, or angry. MenoFlash is my first choice in this instance. It’s a combination of herbal remedies formulated to support your adrenal glands, and to help feelings of relaxation and calmness with Vitamin B6 which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.

Cleanmarine MenoMin a combination of omega oils from Krill, B vitamins, Vitamin D, and Soya Isoflavones, is a very popular supplement. Many women tell me that they like it because they simply feel better, feel less tired, and have more energy. It can help relieve intimate dryness too. Lorraine Keane, ambassador for MenoMin says that she feels so much better, and highly recommends MenoMin which contains Vitamin B12 which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and biotin which contributes to the maintenance of normal mucous membrane.

If you are looking for something more comprehensive, then Meno Active the menopause super supplement from Revive Active is the one for you. Delivered in a single daily sachet and capsule format this supplement contains 31 active ingredients to support multiple systems in the body that are impacted by menopause including the nervous system, hormonal activity, brain function and energy levels. Uniquely this supplement contains 3 strains of live-friendly bacteria and 4 digestive enzymes, as well as 350mg of Omega 3 DHA, 4 plant extracts and 19 vitamins and minerals.

Foods to cool you down

Apart from drinking water foods that can help would include water rich vegetables like cucumber, celery, asparagus and radishes. Berries like strawberries and cherries, tropical fruit like pineapple, melon, and mango. Sage tea is the most common herbal tea to help relieve symptoms of hot flushes and night sweats. Try a fresh mint in water with some ice or freeze it is very refreshing.

This is just an idea of how you can cool down in the summer apart from investing in a portable fan.

This too shall pass, I know as I have been there and come through to the other side, calm and cool!

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