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Menopause Hot Flashes and Panic Attacks – How to Deal with It
Ask any woman, what is the worst part of the entire menopause process? The unanimous answer will be, menopause hot flashes and panic attacks. Probably, no woman ever got over her menopause, with these two most annoying problems that must have made her life a living hell for sure. There are a few symptoms that are directly related to menopause. Women suffer form forgetfulness, moodiness and panic attacks. In fact hot flashes and panic attacks are the very first symptoms of menopause. This symptom is often ignored or misunderstood by women when it happens for the first time.
When it comes to hot flashes the best help is an appointment with the doctor. It is better to be prepared for the situation well in advance. To get caught unaware will add to the panic attack.
There are a couple of ways to deal with these menopausal hot flashes and panic attacks. Most women find it a very frightening experience. The neck and face also have a simultaneous effect. One will feel as if the heat is slowly spreading throughout the body from the chest. The heart beat increases and you make get an instant headache. Some women sweat profusely.
It is very difficult to be prepared for these symptoms. They come with little or no warning. And when it does actually hit you, you don’t understand what hit you. At any time of the day or night you may be attacked by it. At times you may get up at night, sweating profusely, no matter how cold the air conditioner is on.
Different women have different frequency of these flashes. Some women may have them infinite number of times whereas the lucky few never have to face the discomfort that comes along with it. The best thing to do is to be at colder places. The covers of the bed should be removed while you sleep. Sometimes just splashing some water on the face relieves you form the flashes and panic attacks.
While these two aspects are extremely tough to deal with, if you consult with your doctor, they should be able to recommend some things so that you’ll be able to deal with it, better.
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