It’s like someone is following you around with an invisible heat lamp, switching it on and off at the least convenient
Suddenly your skin is on fire in the middle of an important meeting…
You start pouring out sweat right after you’ve done your makeup…
And the room abruptly feels like it’s 110 degrees, just as you were finally about to fall asleep.
3 out of 4 women experience hot flushes… but why not every woman?
Do those 1 in 4 women who don’t get hot flushes just have lucky genetics?
Perhaps… but there’s much more to the story.
How To Stop Hot Flushes & Night Sweats
Hot flushes and night sweats occur because of changes in the two primary female hormones, estrogen and progesterone.
Prior to menopause, estrogen and progesterone are mostly produced by your ovaries as a normal part of your monthly cycle.
However, as your monthly cycle winds down approaching menopause, your ovaries stop producing as much estrogen and progesterone.
This sudden drop is what causes hot flushes.
Since that happens to every woman, why doesn’t every women get hit by hot flushes?
Scientists Have Found a Clue
One answer scientists have looked at involves your “backup hormone generator”:
Your adrenal glands.
Even before menopause, your adrenals help your body produce small amounts of estrogen and progesterone.
But, after age 35, most women’s adrenals stop running at full speed.
One major reason is stress, which is very hard on the adrenal glands.
And it’s no news flash that stress skyrockets after 35.
Juggling home, work, finances and everything else life throws at you can take a toll.
Even too much exercise or going on a diet can stress out your adrenals.
So, one key to turning down hot flauhes and getting your life back to normal is to get your adrenals to work properly.
Plus, when you do, other problems can start to fade away:
+ Your mood picks up and you become less irritable…
+ Your energy lifts and you feel more motivated to get things done…
+ And your ability to burn fat improves, especially around the belly.
So how do you fix your adrenals? There are 3 simple steps…
Step 1 is to lower stress.
When you’re under so much pressure, your adrenals produce the stress-hormone cortisol, which can make hot flushes even more intense. Schedule some “you” time like it’s any other appointment and create a plan to relax more.
Step 2 is to nourish your adrenals with the right nutrients.
Your adrenals are responsible for producing close to a dozen hormones your body depends on. That requires a lot of nutrients to get the job done right, like the B vitamins, vitamin C and magnesium. Leafy green veggies are rich in these.
Step 3 is to re-vitalize your adrenals with the right type of exercise.
Exercise sends vital nutrients and oxygen to nourish your adrenals by improving blood flow. However, there’s a crucial exercise mistake most women make:
They exercise too long, too hard, and too often. That stresses the adrenals even more… it can make hot flushes
worse, and force you eat everything in sight.
Fixing Hot Flushes for Good
To conquer hot flushes for good, you need something unique to you. Your body may need a slightly different approach than another woman’s.
That’s because you have a “hormone type” that’s unique to you.
Once you know your hormone type, easing hot flushes, increasing energy, losing weight and re-vitalizing your health gets much easier.
Fortunately, my friend, Dr. Jade Teta has just released a clinically-designed tool that helps you discover your hormone type with just a few simple questions.
You’ll get tips for adrenal-nourishing foods and stress-reducing activities, customized to your hormone type.
Plus, you’ll discover a simple 15-minute adrenal-friendly workout.
It can really get the fat calories burning, but without stressing out your metabolism.
You may even be able to join the 25% that enjoy the hot-flush-free life!
P.S. There’s also a 4th tip you’ll get. It can burn 200% more
calories than exercise. And it’s probably the single most important
thing you can do to get your female metabolism running at top speed.