My Guide to Managing Hot Flushes.

Me after a hot flush.

Are you perimenopausal, menopausal or just suffer from hot flushes and/or night sweats?

Then read this post to help you manage them.

12 thoughts on “DUVET DANCING

  1. I remember when my mum went through the menopause; the hot flushes were certainly the worse part for her. Weirdly, a sign that I was having an anxiety induced psychotic episode would be having a hot flush. Not a fun experience, I wouldn’t recommend it

  2. The duvet dance. That is so funny and it describes me perfectly. Thanks for sharing these tips. I was interested to see what they said about red wine. I love red wine but all it takes is one glass to make me sweat.

  3. When I was pregnant in winter 2018 I had huge hot flashes, even for a couple of months after it ended in a late miscarriage. I’ve always gone really hot when very tired, it’s a good sign that I need to stop for the day and if I feel it regularly, that I need to slow down altogether. My mum’s been having menopause related hot flushes for 20 years and I’m definitely worried I’ll suffer the same, probably starting in the next 10 years. Thanks for the tips and potential therapies. I’ll hopefully come back to them when I need them one day.

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