If menopausal hot flashes keep you awake at night, London Medical’s experts suggest cutting three items from your diet.
As the summer weather heats up, so, unfortunately, can menopause hormonal fluctuations trigger night sweats.
And while a regular exercise regime can help diminish the severity and frequency of hot flashes, cutting three treats from our diets may also help.
According to expects at London Medical, eliminating or cutting back on caffeine, alcohol, and spicy foods can help women suffering from night sweats and hot flashes.
According to the Daily Express, taking a cold shower before bed, sleeping with less clothing, and placing a fan in the bedroom can also help.