Hot Flashes & Night Sweats Keeping You Up At Night? Women will often experience hot flashes and night sweats during menopause. Frequently, these symptoms will interfere with a decent nights sleep, often for months on end. The hormone fluctuations of menopause and perimenopause are a common cause of sleep problems and insomnia. An estimated 75% of menopausal women suffer from hot flashes. The hot flashes can be mild to severe. Sometimes the hot flashes can be so severe, you feel as if you are burning up. This is called "steaming bones" in Chinese Medicine. Night sweats follow the hot flashes. Again these sweats can be mild to severe. I've heard of women complaining that their nightclothes are soaked or the bed linens are drenched in sweat. Many have to get up and change their nightgown or sheets in the middle of the night, and then have difficulty getting back to sleep. Once a sweat passes, your body gets chilled and that's what tends to wake most women up. I frequently hear my patients complaining of insomnia without realizing that their hot flashes and night sweats are a major contributing factor in their poor sleep.
Bacterial Vaginosis is sometimes referred to as Vaginitis. It is an inflammation of the vagina and can include several different strains of germs that are commonly associated with trichomoniasis or vaginosis yeast infections. bacterial Vaginosis is the most common vaginal infection with estimates ranging from 10% to over 50% of women being effected by it at any given time. Bacterial Vaginosis is most common in women who are considered to be in their reproductive years, though it is not exclusive to this age group and can infect any woman. The infection can spread from the vagina to affect the bladder and urethra, along with the genital skin. When left untreated it can lead to a number of more serious conditions, including endometriosis, cervicitis and Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. It can also cause complications in woman who are pregnant and in spreading post operative infections. What are the Causes of Bacterial Vaginosis? The technical reason that is attributed to bacterial vaginosis is an imbalance between 'good' and 'bad' bacteria in the vagina.
My gym is located right by Lake Tahoe, which is home to the sexiest beaches in Nevada, hands down. It should come as no surprise then, that I am most often called on for help lookin' good in a bikini. Here are SEVEN of my sizzling hot tips to help you raise your metabolism through the roof, so you'll be lean and sexy and looking great naked before strutting your stuff on the beach: 1. Supplement your diet with krill oil, whey protein, and a greens booster. This is the magic combination to stoke your metabolic fire. Krill oil helps increase your fat burning powers, whey protein builds lean, sexy muscle, and the greens supplement will keep everything nice and balanced. 2. Train with resistance. Training for strength, either with weights or your own bodyweight is one of the absolute best ways to transform your body. Lean muscle is what gives your body that sexy shape. Plus, muscle tissue raises your metabolism so that you will burn fat even while you're asleep! 3. Use intervals.
Women sometimes feel that they are fat. Even though their images are actually not too big in their mirrors, but they still feel fat. They are having average weight, normal weight, but they still think that they're fat. So, how can we feel better about ourselves? Here are some things to consider: Really, images we see daily are seldom the real bodies of those women. You know that imaging techniques with computer is so highly developed, and we can do polish almost anything there, and the product are perfect body images. If you are watching cinemas, you can take a close look how camera angles and the pose of the actress make their appearance slimmer. Women on the cameras are specifically trained heavily on their projects. They work out hard and long time training for their performance purpose, getting plastic surgical operation, with payment awaiting them. Their specific purpose is for that thing, so no wonder they are getting that. Stay away competition, and don't let other people order their words on you on how you should look or appear.
If you are looking for menopause relief, it is important to understand the types of insomnia. To choose a wise course of action you need good information; it is not enough to take some pills and hope it goes away. One of the main symptoms of menopause is insomnia, and this is a signal that your body is sending to try and get your attention; Hey! I need some help, do something! All too often, we just blunder along, hoping for the best, while we become more and more fatigued. What are the types of insomnia? Primary insomnia occurs when there are no contributing physical or psychological conditions at the root. Usually, this is caused by poor sleep habits such as drinking coffee at night, using alcohol to induce sleep, going to bed with unresolved issues that are stressful, leaving the light or radio on, etc. These poor habits disrupt our natural internal sleep clock and cause insomnia. Secondary insomnia occurs when there is an underlying physical cause such as a psychological or physical illness.
Feminine odor is embarrassing, whether you or your partner deal with it personally. It's also a relatively uncomfortable topic to discuss with your partner. What causes it? How do you get rid of it? How do you tactfully bring the issue up? Picture this: The weekend has finally arrived and you can't wait to spend it with your special someone. You light tall, slender candles and watch as their flames flicker about in response to a light draft. Soft music plays seductively in the background, and you swear you can actually see the musical notes float through the air. Your significant other finally arrives and you both make yourselves more comfortable. Things progress until... wait, what's that? It smells... kind of foul. Do you mention it and most certainly risk ruining the mood? Maybe it's better to just ignore the unpleasant smell and move along. You may have giggled once or twice while reading the above scenario, but for many men and women, feminine odor is no laughing matter, and the above scenario is just another day in the life.
Having breast augmentation (breast implants) is a highly personal decision. Although the popularity of breast augmentation is continuously increasing it is essential to carefully evaluate your decision before proceeding with having breast implant surgery. This article is written to provide you with some useful guidelines to help you form the right decisions in regards to having breast augmentation surgery. 1. Do your research: before proceeding with having breast augmentation or any kind of cosmetic surgery, it is essential that you do your research into the procedure to understand what it entails. There are plenty of sources through which you can obtain useful information on breast augmentation which include the internet, your GP and by consulting with a good cosmetic surgeon. Good cosmetic surgery clinics also offer literature to their patients to help them form informed decisions. 2. Make your own decision: always remember that ultimately you are the expert on your body. Although it is useful to get advice from professionals, ultimately the decision to have breast augmentation is one that you personally should be completely happy with.
There are three major types of uterine fibroids; subserosal, intramural and submucous. If you have been diagnosed with any type of uterine fibroids, the treatment options may be limited depending on your symptoms and whether or not any other organs are being affected by the fibroids. Hormonal suppression and other medications that help with pain are generally temporary fixes for the symptoms that uterine fibroids can cause. If your uterine fibroids are not severe and are not affecting surrounding organs, then you may be able to treat the fibroids with medication. A myomectomy is a surgical procedure that refers to the removal of tumors one by one from the uterus. This procedure is usually recommended for women who have fibroids that need to be removed surgically. A myomectomy is preferred over a hysterectomy, where the entire uterus is removed, if the woman is still of a reproductive age and there is a possibility of having children in her future. Fibroids can grow back after removal and more procedures may be necessary after the first one.
PMS, or pre-menstrual syndrome, may be the subject of jokes and laughter on prime time television and between friends but in reality this very real syndrome can be more than just uncomfortable for a woman; it can be downright painful and even frightening. Women with severe cases of pre-menstrual syndrome can experience not just the physical pain of fatigue, muscle aches, cramps, headaches, and digestive disorders, but may also be somewhat frightened by the emotional distress that suddenly rushes upon them as well. While some women turn to a doctor's remedy and harsh chemical and medications to treat PMS, there are some natural remedies that one might want to try first before doing so. One thing to keep in mind is that PMS affects every woman differently and in varying degrees. Some women have perhaps mild cramps and discomfort while others are almost bedridden because of the pain. Some have mood swings or irritability while others feel a wild rush of emotions, ranging from outright rage to uncontrolled depression and sadness.
How can you cure a yeast infection naturally these days? Well, there are many types of yeast infection cures, from alternative cures, to over-the-counter treatments or prescription medications. The most adequate form of treatment for you depends on where the infection is as well as the severity of the infection. However, natural yeast infection cures are better for you as antibiotics can damage your body more than anything else, which can cause the severity of the yeast infection to escalate. When you do a yeast infection cure, it is to monitor the growth of the yeast called Candida. That yeast lives on the skin, in the vagina as well as the gastrointestinal tract. When it grows too big it causes yeast infection. If you have been diagnosed with a yeast infection, depending on the location and severity of the infection, your doctor may put you on different medications. Vaginal infections are generally treated with creams or vaginal suppositories that can be purchased over the counter.