You’ve heard of hot flashes, but hormone fluctuations can also cause cold flashes before or during menopause. Here’s what you can do to avoid them.
It’s no fun to change your sheets in the middle of the night, but that may be a common occurrence if night sweats are disrupting your sleep. Find out what causes night sweats and how to get relief.
As many as 3 in 4 women experience hot flashes and night sweats in the lead-up to menopause. Here’s how to deal when hot flashes mess with your sleep.
Irregular periods, tender breasts and bad PMS? Could it be perimenopause? Our women’s health expert helps sort out what this change is and is not.
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Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Women’s Health specialist Lynn Simpson, MD, answers this one about hot flashes.
Weight gain during menopause is so common that some women even have a name for it — “menopot.” It’s the “pot belly” that develops in so many women during mid-life, when changing hormones and a slower metabolism team up to pack on the extra pounds.