Hot Flashes Or Fever?Abby
Hot flashes, a common symptom of menopause, are typically experienced as a feeling of intense heat with sweating and rapid heartbeat. These flashes may last from 2 to 30 minutes for each occurrence. The sensation of heat usually begins in the face or chest, although it may appear elsewhere such as the back of the neck, and it can spread throughout the whole body. Some women feel as if they are going to faint. This is due to a toxic overload (acidosis) eating up oxygen and essential minerals, creating a pH imbalance. In addition to being an internal sensation, the surface of the skin, especially on the face, becomes hot to the touch. This is the origin of the alternative term ‘hot flush’, since the sensation of heat is often accompanied by visible reddening of the face. Excessive flushing can lead to rosacea. The hot flash event may be repeated a few times each week or every few minutes throughout the day.
Hot flashes may begin to appear several years before menopause starts and last for years afterwards. Some women who undergoing menopause never have hot flashes. Others have mild or infrequent flashes. The worst sufferers experience dozens of hot flashes each day. In addition, hot flashes are often more frequent and more intense during hot weather or in an overheated room. The surrounding heat apparently making the hot flashes themselves both more probable and more severe.
The number of hot flashes and their length will depend on nutritional support, organ integrity and the amount of toxins the body needs to burn off to accomplish some sense of balance. I believe this hot flash to be a mini-fever and I will explain why. In a fever you will also experience a hot flash, hot flush, red face, fever and profuse sweating day or night. The hot flash can be compared to boiling water. If you don’t want the water to boil then you must turn down the burner to reduce the heat. If you want the hot flash to leave, the toxins must leave. When you follow the Laws of Nature, it’s only Natural to feel and look great. It’s the law!
– Dr. Darrell Wolfe, Doc of Detox
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