I just finished watching Dr. Oz and a topic on his show had to do with night sweats. Since I am NOT a doctor I won’t try and repeat the medical information he gave as to the actual scientific process of why they happen, but a short summary is that the brain is responsible and irregular estrogen levels can cause glands in your brain to think your body needs to regulate its temperature even though it really does not.
I was sitting there watching and hoping he would mention Estro-Rythm?.? I know this product was just announced in October of 2010 so maybe he hadn’t heard of it yet, but I hope he has a chance to review it.? In the few months it has been around we had gotten so many great reviews on how the product has changed peoples lives.
Estro-Rythm could not be any easier to use.? You take a pill a day and spread a small amount of cream on every morning to a fatty area of your body.? The cream packets are all numbered so you’ll never forget what day you are on.
For more information on Estro-Rythm please click here.? Otherwise onward to what Dr. Oz said might cause night sweats as well as a few suggestions he had for reducing them.
A few things you can avoid that can cause night sweats:
- Exercise (really?)
- Spicy food
These all sound pretty typical, but I was surprised to hear exercise on that list.? Please don’t take that as a sign to not exercise, just maybe try avoiding the other 5 things.
He also gave some suggestions on how you can reduce the night sweats:
- Licorice root extract
- Flaxseed powder
- A cooling blanket
- Wicking sheets
- and a NEW device that actually attaches to your bed and blows cool air in between your sheets.
That sheet blower thing sounds interesting.? Might have to give that a try instead of running the air conditioner during the summer months. 🙂