Seven for Menopausal Hot Flushes

Seven for Menopausal Hot Flushes

Majid Ali, M.D.

Hot flushes (also called hot flashes) are extremely common and are experience by as 75% of menopausal women in the United States. These are caused by abnormal vascular (vaso-motor) responses to hormonal disruptions rooted in disturbances in the bowel-blood-liver axis. This is not the prevailing view. It is based on what my patients taught me. Severe hot flushes of my patients were controlled only after I addressed these problems along with a program of hormonal normalization with naturally-derived hormones, guided by blood hormone tests.

Though not life-threatening, hot flushes can severely disrupt night and significantly affect quality of life for many women by disrupting daily activities.

The Seven for Hot Flushes

Following are the seven main components of my natural program for controlling menopausal hot flushes and related symptom-complxes of the menopausal syndrome:

* Insulin-reduction diet

* Optimal Hydration

* Progesterone

* Estrogen

* Folic acid


* Elimination or reduction of caffeine intake

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