Curcumin Potentially Helpful Against Hot Flashes And Night Sweats


01 Sep

Orlando, FL— September 01, 2016 — There are certain conditions and discomforts that are gender-specific, and one is hormonal imbalance. This usually affects women and causes various symptoms, which can significantly reduce the quality of life of sufferers.

Curcumin is potentially helpful against hot flashes and night sweats. Sufferers who experience this typically feel that there is heat radiating inside their body. Night sweats also leave them drenched.

Hot flashes and night sweats can be manageable and infrequent. However, there are those who experience them intensely, reducing their overall quality of life.

Hormonal imbalance produces these symptoms. Hot flashes and night sweats were thought to be a result of low estrogen levels. However today, it has already been understood that they may be a result of too much estrogen and very low progesterone. They could also be caused by hormonal imbalances from the ovaries, adrenals, gastrointestinal tract, and thyroid pancreas.

Women who undergo midlife changes may resort to measures that would help keep all the systems in balance. One way to do it is to listen to their body and recognize the triggers. Sufferers need to remember the time of the day it happens, what they drink or eat an hour before the attack, if they were able to get enough sleep, and if they are feeling stressed or exhausted.

Once they get these information and recognize a pattern, they will be able to learn what triggers the symptoms. The symptoms may actually vary from one woman to another.

There are common culprits such as smoking, stress, fatigue, spicy foods, lack of exercise, caffeine, and foods high in starches and sugar.

There are also several ways to ease symptoms such as preventing an internal buildup. Sufferers should make some lifestyle changes to do this.

Women sufferers should choose healthy foods and this means avoiding the processed ones. They should also prefer organic items and avoid foods with pesticides, preservatives, and hormones, which could potentially disrupt hormonal balance.

It is also important to address inflammation, and this can be done by using anti-inflammatories such as curcumin. Curcumin is a phytochemical in turmeric, which is an ancient, medicinal spice. Curcumin contains anticarcinogenic, antibacterial, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Women who suffer from hot flashes and night sweats may incorporate turmeric powder in their diet. They may also use curcumin supplements, especially the ones with a black pepper extract called BioPerine.

Supplements are thought to contain high concentrations of curcumin. Curcumin supplements with BioPerine, which is a bioavailability-enhancing ingredient, is also recommended since it increases curcumin absorption inside the body (www.amazon.com/tumeric-supplements/dp/B00VSVKJ8I).
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