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Hot Flash

HOT FLASHES

HOT FLASHES ARE SO NOT HOT

Hot Flashes and Night Sweats
The hypothalamus is responsible for a few bodily controls but is most important to women in perimenopause and menopause because it is responsible for controlling body temperature.

Hormones are responsible for controlling body temperature so when a woman’s body stops producing hormones her body temperature may fluctuate.

Hot Flashes
You’re enjoying your day, when suddenly a feeling of warmth overcomes your upper body, increasing in intensity. It might have started in your face, but it rapidly spreads to your neck, and then to your chest. The warmth intensifies, causing your skin to redden and you suddenly begin to sweat. It lasts for a moment, and then you feel your temperature begin to regulate, you possibly even feel chilled once your temperature drops. Sound familiar?

Hot flashes are one of the many disruptive, unfortunate symptoms of menopause. While aging and menopause are inevitable for the female body, you shouldn’t have to simply survive this sometimes 10-year-long process.

Hormones act as messengers for our regulatory system. As we age, our hormone production levels begin to naturally decline to result in a hormone imbalance. Many well-known symptoms are accepted as “a part of getting older.” However, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy can help you age healthier and live happier. Aging is inevitable, but you don’t have to live with the symptoms of hormone decline!  The experts at Central Wellness give you the opportunity to thrive through it all.

Our Nurse Practitioners, who are Board, Certified in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy perform comprehensive testing to help you understand exactly what your body needs to cease the symptoms and get you back to living your best life in wellness!

Book your complimentary consultation to review treatment options for your menopause symptoms today!

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Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy

BHRT

Hormones are an important part of your body’s messenger system. These chemicals send signals to almost every part of your body. They control things like your mood, growth, and even body hair.
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Supplements improve the quality of life through clinical nutrition, giving back to the body what is deficient.
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