Tips to Minimize Hot Flashes in Hot Weather

If, like me, you live in southern Ontario, you may find your hot flashes have become worse since the temperature has gone up. Slight increases in body temperature can trigger hot flashes because, in menopause, your thermostat is broken (do you remember the Canadian Tire commercial with the lady cooling off in the snow outside?). It happens to me every summer. When I think my hot flashes are over, along comes the hot weather…

Hence I wrote a blog to help women minimize hot flashes in hot weather, which you can read on my website
And if you’d like even more Tips to Minimize Hot Flashes in Hot Weather, then email me and I’ll send them to you

Teresa Isabel Dias, is a pharmacist and a Certified Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) and provides education and support on symptom management for women at work and at home so that they feel like themselves again and enjoy a vibrant, and productive life.