According to WebMD, as many as two-thirds of menopausal women in America suffer from hot flashes. Hot flashes are caused by lowered estrogen levels, and estrogen has a direct effect on the hypothalamus, which is the part of the brain that controls circadian cycles, body temperature, and other functions. It may be that thisRead More →

After the end of the Women’s Health Initiative and the publication of Suzanne Somers’ book titled  The Sexy Years: Discover the Hormone Connection: The Secret to Fabulous Sex, Great Health, and Vitality, for Women and Men, bio-identical (bioidentical or bio identical) hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) suddenly became what many people considered a safer alternativeRead More →

If you’re having moderate to severe hot flashes, Evamist—a new FDA approved hormone therapy estrogen skin spray—has just been released. It’s a plant-based, low-dose spray absorbed into the bloodstream over twenty-four hours. It reduces hot flashes by 69 percent and severity by 41 percent. Once a day, one, two, or three spraysRead More →