Many 60-65-yr-old women may still have 'troublesome' hot flashes

As per a new study, some 40 percent of women 60 to 65 years old still have hot flashes, out of which many have occasional and mild ones, but for some, they remain really troublesome.

Regular workouts reduce menopause symptoms

 Middle-aged women who exercise regularly report a higher quality of life and reduced symptoms of menopause, according to a new study.

Women with hot flashes during menopause likelier to fracture hips later

 A new research has revealed the association between menopausal symptoms and bone health.

Acupuncture can treat severity of menopausal hot flashes: Study

A new study has revealed that acupuncture can affect the severity and frequency of hot flashes for women in natural menopause.

Behavioral weight loss can help reduce menopausal hot flashes: Study

A new study has revealed that behavioral weight loss can help manage menopausal hot flashes.

Hot flashes and night sweats solutions revealed

Researchers have compared low-dose oral estrogen and low-dose non-hormonal venlafaxine hydrochloride extended release (XR) to placebo were both found effective in reducing the number of hot flashes and night sweats reported by menopausal women.

Premenstrual syndrome may not lead to hot flashes

Researchers have said that having premenstrual syndrome (PMS) before menopause does not mean women will be troubled by hot flashes afterward.

Injecting anesthetic near nerve bundle in neck reduces hot flashes significantly

A new research has shown that injecting a little anesthetic near a nerve bundle in the neck, can cut troublesome hot flashes significantly.

Women smokers prone to early menopause: Study

A research team now reports that menopause may begin at an earlier age in white female smokers who are carriers of two different gene variants.

One third of women have hot flashes for 10 years after menopause

Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have found that moderate to severe hot flashes continue, on average, for nearly 5 years after menopause, and more than a third of women experience moderate/severe hot flashes for 10 years or more after menopause.

Acupuncture proved ineffective in treating breast cancer

A new study has found that acupuncture is ineffective in treating hot flashes, joint pain, and other menopausal symptoms.

Neck jabs can halve severe hot flashes in menopausal women

A study has found that a shot in the neck of local anesthesia may reduce severe hot flashes by nearly 50 percent for at least six months.

Antidepressant or soy protein don`t cure male `hot flashes`

Men who are receiving hormone therapy for prostate cancer also experience menopausal hot flashes but unlike in women, neither soy protein nor a common antidepressant provides relief for men, according to a new study.

Exercise no help against hot flashes: Study

Getting regular exercise doesn`t seem to reduce the amount or severity of hot flashes among women going through menopause, according to a new study.

Why women in menopause experience hot flashes

Neuroscientists at the Wayne State University School of Medicine have provided the first novel insights into the neural origins of hot flashes in menopausal women in years.

55% women have hot flashes or night sweats before menopause

A new study has revealed that more than half of middle-aged women who still have regular cycles have hot flashes.

Physical activity may help women suffering from hot flashes sleep

Higher levels of routine daily physical activity may be the more important key to a better night`s sleep for many women who have hot flashes or night sweats.

Hypnosis eases hot flashes in postmenopausal women

Hypnosis can help cut hot flashes by as much as 74 percent, according to a new study.

Black Cohosh `may not be effective against hot flashes`

Although many women coping with hot flashes and other distressing symptoms of menopause have turned to black cohosh supplements as a treatment alternative, there is no evidence that the herb is effective, a new study has claimed.

Low-fat diet, weight loss may ease menopausal symptoms

Weight loss resulting from a low-fat, high fruit and vegetable diet may help to reduce or eliminate hot flashes and night sweats.