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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Remedies for hot flashes include hormone therapy, taking antidepressants, taking anti-seizure medications, and avoiding certain foods and drinks, states Mayo Clinic. Losing weight if necessary and quitting smoking may al... More »

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Hormone therapy through intake of estrogen and progesterone, a low dosage of antidepressants, and the prescription drugs Gabapentin and Clonidine are treatment options for women's hot flashes, according to Mayo Clinic. H... More »

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Hormone replacement therapy for women going through menopause works by replacing hormones that the body ceases to make after menopause, explains the Mayo Clinic. Hormone replacement therapy medications contain the hormon... More »

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Treatment to lower testosterone levels in women includes lifestyle changes such as weight control or loss; a change in diet; and a change in medications such as birth control pills and dietary supplements, according to t... More »

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Remedies for hot flashes include hormone therapy, taking antidepressants, taking anti-seizure medications, and avoiding certain foods and drinks, states Mayo Clinic. Losing weight if necessary and quitting smoking may al... More »

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While the reasons for its efficacy are unknown as of 2015, the antidepressant paroxetine treats hot flashes experienced in menopause, according to Drugs.com. Paroxetine is an SSRI, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibit... More »

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