More menopause misery: Women who suffer with hot flushes are more likely to have depression 

Hot flushes don't just keep women awake at night, they could also trigger depression, doctors believe.
The most common and most distressing symptom of the menopause, hot flushes can disturb sleep, drain energy and cause embarrassment.
A single flush can last from a few seconds to a whole hour.
HRT is the main treatment, but is isn't suitable for all and many of those who could take it are put off by fears it triggers breast cancer.
To look at the effect of hot flushes on mood, US researchers gave 29 young women pills that plunged them into a temporary menopause.
Daytime hot flushes had no... read more

28 September 2016 in Health, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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