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Night sweats

Excessive sweating at night is often a part of menopausal hot flushes

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  • Tracy mcnab's photo avatar
    Tracy mcnab — 20.09.2017 20:44
    I suffer way menopause and anxiety I can't cope way these sleepless nights want can I do

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      eileen — 21.09.2017 12:48
      Hi Tracy If night sweats are causing your sleep problems then, hopefully, the tips above will be of help. If it is general problems then you could try our Dormeasan, this is traditionally used to help promote a good night's sleep. https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/valerian-hops-dormeasan/index.php

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    Clare — 13.09.2017 06:44
    Hi. I just wake up for a couple of hours in the night feeling really hot. No sweating. The sage doesn't seem to be helping. Is there anything else? I am already on Menopause Support ?

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      eileen — 14.09.2017 08:56
      Hi Clare This can sometimes be caused by dehydration so remember to drink lots of plain water throughout the day and you could try a little shot glass of warm water before bed. If you are waking up between 1-3am this could indicate a bit of liver stress (very common in the menopause!) so you may find taking Milk Thistle Complex for a couple of months can help and just try to avoid caffeine drinks and high salt and sugar foods in the evening. https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/milk-thistle/index.php

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    Amanda — 03.09.2017 09:09
    It very igrivating

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    Evonne gunn — 16.08.2017 18:34
    Hi, I'm 46 not get confirmed by doctor that I am menopausal but I know my body is changing ,I am relitively healthy ,don't drink alcohol much and don't smoke, I can't sleep at night due to the sweats ,my body is so hot to touch and I get soaking wet, I can cope during the day much better, would love advise

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      eileen — 17.08.2017 09:33
      Hi Yvonne You may find the sage tablets can help, these are specifically for flushes and night sweats, you can take one with your evening meal. This usually works quickly. https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/sage-tablets-menoforce/index.php I would also ask your doctor to test you for low vitamin D as this can cause profuse sweating. Remember to avoid caffeine/fizzy drinks from the afternoon onwards as these can affect your sleep and have lots of plain water every day. Dehydration can stress the nervous system leading to more flushes and sweats!

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    Lesley — 16.08.2017 12:13
    Hi ..... I'm 47 and going through the menopause, my gp has put me on clonidine to ease the hot flushes which has helped slightly. I have also been taking Promensil and for the last 7 days the menopause support (trial pack). The flushes aren't as frequent through the day but the night sweats are really bad. I'm sleeping roughly from 10.30pm to roughly 1.45am every night.

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      eileen — 17.08.2017 06:49
      Hi Lesley You may find the sage better than the Menopause Support for the night sweats. Both the Menopause Support and your Promensil contain phyto-oestreogens so we don't usually recommend taking the two products together. Waking between 1 and 3am often indicates that your liuver is a bit stressed (very common in the menopause!) so you may find taking Milk Thistle Complex for a month or so can help. https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/sage-tablets-menoforce/index.php https://www.avogel.co.uk/herbal-remedies/milk-thistle/index.php

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    Elizabeth Moore — 03.08.2017 20:57
    I have very bad hot flushes during day an night.Night ones are terrible an cannot sleep they are making me very irritable due to lack of sleep .

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