Natural remedies for hot flashes include evening primrose oil, soy products and flax seed, according to WebMD. Black cohosh root is another recommended natural remedy. More »

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Some effective natural remedies for the symptoms of menopause are soy, black cohosh, flaxseed, vitamin E, cold drinks and exercising. Lifestyle changes are additional options. According to WebMD, soy contains natural pla... More »

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There are many ways to alleviate the discomfort of hot flashes, including avoiding caffeine, taking vitamin supplements and chemical intervention, states WebMD. Some treatments are more invasive than others, such as the ... More »

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Herbs and oils that may be effective in treating hot flashes include red clover, black cohosh, dong quai, soy and evening primrose oil, according to Healthline. There is not enough evidence to back up the herbs' effectiv... More »

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Women use evening primrose oil to reduce symptoms of endometriosis, pre-menstrual syndrome, menstrual pain and hot flashes associated with menopause, states WebMD. Additionally, evening primrose oil is used during pregna... More »

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Some ways to relieve hot flashes include dietary and lifestyle changes, non-hormonal prescriptions, herbal remedies and complementary therapies like acupuncture and Dong Quai. Although these methods can help with hot fla... More »

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Hormone therapy, medications, layered clothing, and lifestyle and diet changes all can help to stop hot flashes during menopause, according to WebMD. Although estrogen may increase the risk of other health problems, it i... More »

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