Can the Cure for Hot Flashes be a Cardiovascular Health Issue?
You may be wondering why a blog on heart disease would contain a post on the cure for hot flashes. The answer lies in the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) study. This study was launched in 1991 and included 161,808 generally healthy postmenopausal women. It was designed to be a major 15-year research program to address the most common causes of death, disability and poor quality of life in this category of women.
The clinical trials were designed to test the effects of hormone therapy, diet, and calcium and vitamin D supplements on heart disease, bone health, and breast and colorectal cancer.
The study was stopped in 2002 because the results of the study strongly suggested that conventional hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms increased the risk for heart disease, cancer, stroke and http://no-more-heart-disease.com/aspirin-or-nitric-oxide/blood clotting[/intlink] in women. Three direct health issues that involve the cardiovascular system.
This caused a surge in women looking for natural remedies for peri menopause and menopausal symptoms. Remedies that would protect themselves but also help relive symptoms like hot flashes! This surge created a tremendous amount of confusion which still persists today.
To help address this issue I’ve two articles you can link to.
Natural Remedies for Hot Flashes! – This article will address one of the most annoying of all the menopausal symptoms which is hot flashes. Learning how to effectively use natural remedies for hot flashes can be a Godsend for women who are experiencing this embarrassing and debilitating problem.
http://no-more-heart-disease.com/hot-flashes-and-night-sweats/Get Rid of Your Hot Flashes and Night Sweats Once and for All![/intlink] – This short video and information sheet contains my wife Sherry’s story. How we addressed one health issue of http://no-more-heart-disease.com/nitric-oxide-and-blood-pressure/high blood pressure[/intlink] and in the process also completely eliminate her hot flashes and night sweats. If this video and information speaks to you, then I would invite you to join our group.
It’s estimated that 80% of women today experience some type of menopausal symptom resulting from hormonal imbalance. Depending upon your method of treatment, this could also have a potential affect on your cardiovascular system. Hopefully, these two articles will help educate you so that when you work with a qualified health professional you can design a program that improves your heart health while providing you with a cure for hot flashes.
Together we can work to save a million lives!