Why Do You Have Hot Flashes?
Hot flashes are the most commonly reported symptom during the menopause transition (from peri- to postmenopause); it’s estimated that 75 – 85% of American women will experience them.
The hormone estrogen has a direct effect on the hypothalamus, the part of the brain responsible for controlling body temperature. As women transition towards menopause, lower estrogen levels make the hypothalamus inaccurately sense that the body is overheating. This sets off an internal chain reaction as the body tries to cool down, which women experience as “hot flashes.”
How Can Macafem Help Relieve Hot Flashes?
Macafem is rich in nutrients that support the hormonal system. It contains essential vitamins and minerals, in addition to beneficial alkaloids shown to naturally nourish and stimulate the hormonal glands.
In this way, Macafem can balance the hormonal system and relieve hot flashes as well as other menopause symptoms. Watch the video! >
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