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Hot Flashes During Menopause – Homeopathy can Work Wonders

hot-flashes-homeopathyA hot flash is a sudden and intense feeling of heat that is felt on the upper parts of the body, like the face, chest, and neck. There is a sensation of heat which may be accompanied by redness of the face, night sweats, increased heartbeat and, sometimes, a tingling in the fingers. These symptoms are very commonly noted in menopausal and peri-menopausal females. However, other disorders (like diabetes mellitus) may also cause hot flashes. Homeopathic remedy for hot flashes includes medicines like Sepia, Amylenum Nitrosum, and Lachesis Muta.

Hot flashes usually occur in women between the age group of 40-55 years. Some females also experience these during their regular cycles. They tend to occur more during the night and tend to affect sleep.

An episode of a hot flash can last for between one to five minutes, or occur multiple time in an hour. In some cases, it occurs less frequently, (like a few times a week or month) while some experience it daily. These hot flashes can last for approximately six months to a year but can last longer in some women.

Top Homeopathic Remedies for Hot flashes

Homeopathy has a natural solution for hot flashes. With the help of natural homeopathic medicines, hot flashes can be reduced to negligible levels, thereby improving the quality of life.

Sepia: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot Flashes with Weakness

Sepia is a homeopathic medicine indicated for hot flashes in a female during the menopausal period. Sweat accompanies the episodes of hot flashes. Another fundamental indicative feature of Sepia is that there is marked weakness with a tendency to faint (along with the hot flashes). There is a lack of energy with a feeling of fatigue. It very helpful for all the ailments arising during climacteric/menopausal period and is suitable for individuals who are emotionally very sensitive and can become easily nervous.

Key Indications for Using Sepia:
– Weakness
– Fatigue
– Emotional Sensitivity

Amylenum Nitrosum: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot flashes with Excessive Sweat

Amylenum Nitrosum is a homeopathic remedy for hot flashes where there is excessive perspiration. Its sphere of action is on the vasomotor nerves which affect the arteries and capillaries (causing their dilatation). Therefore, it is one of the top homeopathic remedies for hot flashes. Hot flashes which are followed by an episode of drenching sweats is a marked feature of this remedy. One may also experience headaches along with the hot flashes. There is a prominent flushing of the face. Episodes of hot flashes are usually followed by a period of coldness and pallor (paleness). There can be a throbbing sensation in the whole body during the hot flashes. Also, helpful in cases where there is a history of heart complaints along with the hot flashes.

Key Indications for Using Amylenum:

– Excessive Perspiration
– Headaches
– Flushing of Face

Lachesis Muta: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot flashes at Menopause

Lachesis is a remedy indicated for menopausal ailments. It is well suited to females during or around the menopause phase. It is helpful for hot flashes which are accompanied by palpitation, headaches, and a feeling of fainting. One may also have hot perspiration along with the hot flashes. Hot flashes also felt at the vertex area (top of the head). The flashes usually occur on falling asleep or on waking up but are generally worse at night. There is an overall feeling of congestion in the head causing congestive headaches. The palpitations felt are worse in a warm room or during the morning hours after waking up. One cannot tolerate tight clothing, especially around the waist area. Well indicated in individuals who have associated high blood pressure with these menopausal ailments.

Key Indications for Using Lachesis:

– Menopausal Ailments
– Palpitations
– Aversion to tight clothing

Other Important Homeopathic Remedies for Hot Flashes

Sulphur: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot Flashes with Night Sweats

Sulphur is a homeopathic remedy for frequent episodes of hot flashes. There is a sensation of heat in the entire body. Heat accompanies the hot flashes in the head, hands, and feet. One may also experience a sensation of emptiness in the stomach during an episode. Another indicative feature of sulphur is profuse sweats at night, especially at the neck and back of the head. One may also experience heat in only one side of the body.

Causticum: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot flashes with Reduced Sexual Desire

Causticum is a homeopathic remedy indicated for hot flashes during menopause accompanied by heat along with sweat, especially during sleep. It is a well-indicated medicine for night sweats occurring typically around 4:00 am. A sensation of heat in the whole body is present, which is worse during the late evening or night hours (mostly during 6:00pm-8: 00 pm). There is a tendency to sweat easily on the slightest exertion. One is also vulnerable to develop anxiety, sadness, and weakness along with these complaints. Along with hot flashes, there can be reduced (or absence of) sexual desire.

Glonoine: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot Flashes that are Frequent and Sudden

Glonoine is also among the remedies for hot flashes during menopause. It is indicated in cases where there is a flushing of heat to the head. The hot flashes occur daily, and there are frequent episodes during a day. Sudden onset of hot flashes with pressure in the head, nausea, and vertigo are other symptoms. One feels as if there is a loss of senses, they feel dizzy and light headed. They find it difficult to go out alone. There may be associated swelling and numbness in the feet during menopause. Complaints are worse after sun exposure.

Sulphuric Acid: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot Flashes with Trembling

Sulphuric Acid is a homeopathic indicated for hot flashes during climacteric (menopausal) period. With hot flashes, there is a feeling of tremors all over the body. There is marked weakness and debility during menopause. There is a lot of restlessness with a sense of wanting to do everything hurriedly. The symptoms of hot flashes get worse by the smell of coffee. There are palpitations without any anxiety or fear.

Calcarea Carbonicum: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot flashes with Profuse Sweating

Calcarea Carb is suited to obese women who experience hot flashes with profuse sweat. Sweat is mostly on the head and chest area during sleep. There is an overall tendency to sweat easily. There is a lot of sweating even from slight physical exertion. There is a tendency of developing loose and flabby muscles. There sensation of burning in the top of the head with much perspiration. The sweating of the head might be so intense that it wets the pillow. There may be sweating at night along with palpitations.

Sanguinaria Canadensis: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot flashes with a Flushed Face

Sanguinaria Canadensis is a homeopathic medicine indicated for hot flashes accompanied with burning in the face and head. There is a feeling of fullness or congestion in the head. One may also experience severe pain in the head with nausea. The hot flashes are accompanied by a flushed red face and hot hands. The face turns hot and red as if from the congestion of blood. Chills, weakness and a feeling of sickness may follow. The menses become profuse and dense around the menopausal period. Along with the hot flashes, there may be a complaint of leucorrhoea during menopause.

Pulsatilla: Homeopathic Remedy for Hot Flashes followed by Chilliness

Pulsatilla is indicated for cases of hot flashes where the person experiences a spell of chilliness following a hot flash. Hot flashes are worse from the warmth of air or in a closed room. Profuse sweating on the face and scalp especially at night, flushes of heat with redness of the face, hot flashes with mood swings and depression during menopause are other associated symptoms. The person is very irritable and tends to weep. She may also be very sensitive and cry easily. Generally, the woman tends to overall feel better in the open air.

Causes of Hot Flashes

There is no specific cause given as to why hot flashes occur, but there are various theories which explain their occurrence. About 60-70% of all women experience it during their menopause. However, it is not mandatory that every female will have it during menopause. Given below are the various factors which are related to cause hot flashes:

A Drop in the Estrogen Levels

Before menopause, the hormone estrogen is present in the body in the form of Estradiol (released by the ovaries). During and after menopause there is a drop in the Estrogen levels. This decrease in the levels affects the hypothalamus (Thermostat of the body), which regulates the temperature of the body. Reduction in one’s ability to tolerate heat makes her more vulnerable to experience hot flashes.

An increase of Thyroid Hormone (Hyperthyroidism)

An increase in thyroid levels increases the metabolic rate of the body. This increase in metabolism leads to hot flashes and excessive sweating.

Anti-Depressants and Other Medications

Certain drugs like anti-depressants and anti-hypertensive medications also cause hot flashes in many cases. The onset of hot flashes is noted after the usage of either of the drugs. In these cases, substituting the medicine or reducing the dosage can help reduce the hot flashes.

Stress, Anxiety, and the Production of Adrenaline

During stress or anxiety, the body increases the production of adrenaline. This excess of adrenaline can cause hot flashes or a general increase in the body’s temperature. The body feels heated, and there can be associated with the symptoms of palpitations and increased sweating.

The factors that can trigger hot flashes during menopause include smoking, obesity, alcohol, exposure to hot temperature, wearing tight clothes, stress, anxiety and excessive intake of caffeine.

Tips to Manage Hot Flashes with Food

Plant Estrogen: Also known as phytoestrogens or dietary estrogen, these are natural sources of estrogen found in certain plants and legumes. They have a structure similar to Estradiol. Foods that contain Estrogen are Flaxseeds, apricots, oranges, peaches, carrots, peas, soya beans pinto beans, lentils, and olives.

Foods rich in magnesium and vitamin E seem to help in reducing the intensity and frequency of the hot flashes. They help in controlling the milder forms of hot flashes.

Apple Cider Vinegar seems to play more of a supportive role since frequent intake of apple cider vinegar can help reduce the intensity of hot flashes.

Avoiding caffeine and alcohol can help reduce hot flashes. These two are considered to be very significant triggering factors. Reducing their intake can lessen the hot flashes.

Quitting smoking can be of great help since it can improve the temperature regulation and metabolism of the body.

Exercise and meditation can help smoothly transition into menopause smoothly. These practices help calm down the mood swings, insomnia, and hot flashes.

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Comments

  1. Which is tge best remedy fot hiy flashes

    • Hello Manjirie, the best remedy for hot flashes varies from person to person. The most prominent homeopathic medicines for hot flashes include Sepia, Lachesis, and Amylenum Nitrosum and more. However, a homeopathic physician will be able to decide the correct remedy and the potency needed for a particular case.

  2. Good post

  3. DR.MD.ABDUL LATIF says:

    very nice information.

  4. Susu Lespier says:

    Hello Dr. Sharma,

    I’ve been told about Sepia through a childhood friend who was using it and is starting treatment again due to hormone imbalance as she is in menpoause and so am I! She informed me there is a sequence to taking it and on & off, etc. Here are my symptoms….sweating at night that my sheets are nearly wet, at the least very damp…this leads me to believe as I enter the new day I am already very dehydrated! My skin is dry and I use to have oily skin I also have the hormonal patches of hyperpigmentation associated with menopause changes. I am currently taking an herbal supplement that has these ingrdients combined..
    Vitamin B12, Folic acid, Pueraria Mirifica extract 100:1 ratio, Vitex berry, Beta-sitosterol, red clover flower, lemon balm, black pepper extract 50:1 ratio and Puerarin (a bio marker dose) ? do not know whatthis means. It seems to be helping a little. However, I just started taking the right dosage just this past week.
    I feel lethargic, depresed at times and I also notice my skin is experiencing less tonicity, I work out as I am fitness trainer, eat well no garbage foods, no junk foods, no canned goods or sodas, I also take vitamins to help with energy, a probiotic and enzymes to help digest food even more when I eat any meats.
    I was told to get a blood panel to see where my hormone levels are and do the bio-identicals.
    Can you help me narrow this down? I’m taking a few different things for strength, energy and menopause its confusing and frustrating:(
    Thank you
    S. L.

  5. Hi,
    Im 49. I had my last periods about one and a half month ago…and i had it after a break of two months.
    My cycle had been irregular since last two years…reduced to 20-22 day cycle.
    I’m experiencing hot flashes , terrible migranes, fatigue, weight gain and an overall depressive mood .
    As my symtoms got worse, I started looking for a homeopathic treatment on the net. After a thorough research, I have picked lacheses mutus 200 and pulsatilla 200 in liquid form. Please guide me about the dosage…Im not sure if i should take only one dose…ten drops in half glass of water or should take three doses in a day.
    please help me out….thanks

    • Hi Rehana, according to your symptoms and age, you are going through the menopausal period. Although Lachesis and Pulsatilla are good remedies for menstrual complaints, there are other factors that need to be considered before using them. A homeopath will be able to better evaluate your case and prescribe the appropriate remedies (as self-prescription is usually not recommended.)

  6. Please suggest a remedy for the feeling of imbalance while sitting or walking, which is due to menopause.

  7. Jayne Lemieux says:

    I need help. Hot flashes and mood swings with depression.
    I am 52.
    Jayne

  8. Hello, I am a 55 almost 56 female. My period ended at 52. Overall I feel fine but I am looking for remedy to increase my libido that I lost. Will sepia help? can you recommend a dosage.
    Thanks.

  9. Anne Hastings says:

    Is it safe to take Sepia with Tamoxifen? Is there any evidence based research?

  10. Samantha Carson says:

    Dear Dr. Sharma,
    I am 51yrs old and have been experiencing a number of unpleasant menopausal symptoms, but the one that is bothering me the most is an itching sensation everywhere, but skin is clear. Could Sepia help? Have been under some stress lately.
    Many Thanks.
    Sam.

  11. patricia says:

    Hi Dr i have a problem

  12. cheryl beer says:

    Hi dr sharma
    Im a 51yr old menopausal women who has now been menstrual free for two and a half yrs now .
    My symptoms have got progressively worse with hot flashes and sweats night and day with joint pain etc , just wondered what dose of sepia i should try as im desperate
    Many thanks cheryl beer

  13. good morning doctor sir, I am fifty two suffering from irregular bleeding from past one year its not heavy but occurs very frequently . some days no bleeding then suddenly little bleeding .at times I have backache , l have put on some at to .Dr please suggest homeo remedy . I have complete faith in homeopathy

  14. I have Epstein-Barr virus. What can I take for menopausal weight gain?
    Thank you.

  15. Hi
    For menopause hot flushes am I safe taking sepia 30c?
    Heather

  16. Goodmorning

    My Mother has had breast cancer is Sepia safe for her to take.

    Thanking you

  17. Doc hi I am a 11 10 year cancer survivor twice over one breast and the other thyroid , I am not keen in using hormone treatment for menopause . I am experiencing extreme hot flushes daily , can I try out Sepia is it safe to use as a cancer survivor .

    Thanks You

  18. TERESA CLARKE says:

    Hi

    I am in my forties have two fibroids small and been having heavy menses. I have gained a lot of weight body heavier buttocks and thighs, abdomen and arms. I would like to lose weight, I crave sweet foods mainly and can be bloated at times, weight has been difficult to shift. Any suggestion

    • Hello Teresa, there are homeopathic medicines that can work for all three concerns you have mentioned – fibroids, heavy menses, and weight gain. Calcarea Carb, Sabina, Fraxinus, and Thlaspi are some remedies that might help in your case, but more details would be required to finalize a prescription.

  19. kuljeet singh says:

    My wife is 45 years old and last eight month period is not coming and she is gaining weight.
    Pl.advice good medicine .

  20. I have a severe menstrual problem with heavy bleeding with clots. I am 42 years old. Please suggest Homeopathic medicine for me.

  21. Dear Dr Sharma

    I was diagnosed with grade 3 triple positive breast cancer, node negative, in April 2014 I have undergone breast concerving surgery, chemo and radiotherapy. I am currently having Herceptin 3 weekly and Anastrozole daily.

    Fatigue is a huge problem, hot flashes and night sweats add to the problem. I have heard that Sepia may help but am unsure of what dosage to take. I am waiting to be referred to our local Homeopathic Hospital, but as I am in the UK, an NHS referral may take months.

    Would you be able to recommend a dosage?

    Regards

    Sue

  22. suprava pradhan says:

    I am 50 yr old woman suffer from excess obesity and tiredness. Please suggest me which medicine is suitable for me.

  23. nea montoya says:

    Hi, Iam 65 years old.I have had horrilbe hot flashes.The sweating on my face and neck are bad. anxiety ,lack of sleep, tired all the time.At my age who would think HELP.

  24. william says:

    how many doses of sepia to cure ovarian cyst

  25. ANJALI KADAM says:

    I am 47 yrs old. I have this blotted feeling in my tummy which is very irritating. Lots of gas too.
    earlier my periods were very punctual but for the last 6 months i get them once in 2+ months.
    please advice.

  26. Good afternoon, i find myself desperate to the point of gaining courage and writing you today. I’ve been looking for a homeopath for quite some time, but unfortunatly i can’t seem to find a reliable one in my zone. I’m in a terrible but apparantly common situation. I am 59 years old ( woman), and i’ve been experiencing absolutly unbearable hot flushes since i was 48 (menopause), my doctor prescribed me hormonal treatment, but after 6 years she told me i had to stop. During those 6 years the hot flushes never really left me, but they were somehow softer. When i stoped taking the medicine though, it all got worse really fast. I feel as if i’m being cooked from the inside, the hot flashes come unexpectedly at any time night or day, i feel the wave forming on my belly area, and then it is released for the rest of my body,specially the upper part, my face and neck become burning red, my skin burns i can’t stand tight clothes specially around my neck, during those episodes i have to take off my shoes and socks, my body gets all sweaty and after it gets realy chilly……… this happens several times a day (day or night), i wake up several times a night, i cannot remember the last time i actually had a good night’s sleep, there are days i get up completly exausted. Closed places make it worse. It can easily become a truly embarrassing situation. CAN YOU PLEASEEEEE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!! I’ve been reading a lot about homeopathic remedies for my case and i came across some substances that seem to fit my case (Amyl Nitosum, Belladonna, Calcarea Carbonica, Lycopodium, Lachesis, Iodium, Sulpher) Could you please advise me on which one is the most appropriate. Thank you so so so so soooooooo much for your time.

    Ps: I have in fact tried Lachesis 200C once every 7 days, I took two doses with no improvements whatsoever, during the time i took the lachesis ( it is today day 3 of the 2sd dose) i have experienced that my rosacea got worse, my face hasn’t been this red ever since i started treating rosacea with topic metronidazol years ago.

    Thank you so so much.

  27. Elisha Gabriell says:

    Hello Dr. Sharma,

    I have 63 yrs. life experience. Due to having been a Yoga teacher for 20 years, I’m in good condition except for low thyroid (life long) and prolapsing uterus with 1/2″ protrusion, which comes and goes throughout the day.

    My diet is 100% pure and natural. I cook many Indian dishes at home because of the wonderful healing spices.

    I noticed my uterus dropping at the onset of menopause. I still ovulate every month, and have been missing menstrual cycles on and off for years.

    I’ve done my own research, and have discovered Sepia 100C to be taken in 3 pellets 3X day.

    Would you agree with these directions for my specific conditions?

    Thanks and Blessings!
    Elisha

  28. Terri Delconte says:

    Hi, I’m at 57 y old female and have urogenital atrophy. Will Sepia help me with this. I am not on HRT and I need some sort of replacement. My Dr. said there is nothing they can give me other than hormone creams, and oral. The medical field has medications for erectial dysfuntion for men testosterone replacement and nothing for women with this problem who either can’t or would rather not take hormones, it’s awful and there have been clinical studies done with positive results and nothings been done. Your help is much needed. Thanks in advance Terri

  29. Hi, dr. Sharma.
    I’ m 48 y women. One year ago was diagnosed estrogen positive breast cancer. I am done with my surgery ( lumpectomy), radiation and chemo. Now I am taking tamoxifen and have terrible hot flashes. My friend told me that sepia can help. She takes it for menopause symptoms and it works. But I am not sure if it is good for me ( worry about estrogen).
    I would be very grateful if you could help me.
    Thank you. Tamara

  30. I am 46 yrs. old, 5′ tall and 105 lbs. with a history of fibroids & cysts. I was a gymnast so I didn’t begin menses until I was 17, and I was never regular. Typical cycle was 6-7 weeks. I had a hysterectomy 10years ago due to a massive fibroid (over 2 lbs). I did take birth control pills for 2 years thinking they were “safe.” Periods were irregular before and after takingbthe pill.
    I have 2 grown children ages 22 and 20. Since the children came along, my sex drive has decreased over the years to nothing. I have done a ton of reading and am considering taking sepia but wasn’t sure the concentration or the dosage.

  31. Susanne Watson says:

    I started with SEPIA.
    WHY only 2x per week
    and not 1 every day???

  32. Hello Doctor,
    my dad is suffering from lower backache n it moves to left leg also with numbness and tingling sensation in lower leg n foot. He couldn’t walk , sit n stand for more than 5 or 10mins. He is suffering from this pain since 6 months. Now its worsen than before. Allopathy seems not much effective in treating this pain as it gives relief for short time only. What do u suggest for him?

  33. Inget sad every time i take sepia 200 over the lastmfew weeks. Deos that mean i am proving and should chose another one for menopausal problems.

  34. Hi Dr. Sharma,
    I am experiencing hot flashes, neck tension and vaginal dryness with Menopause. Mostly have hot flashes as soon as I lie down and wake in the night with one and as soon as I move in the morning. Research is showing sepia could help. What dosage should I take? Thanks for the help!

  35. Robin Peagler says:

    Hi Dr. Sharma

    I was diagnosed with mercury poisoning at the onset of menopause. I am told that I smell like hormonal imbalance, a malodorous perfume smell that can overtake an entire room. I also have hair loss. Do you think Sepia would be the proper remedy for this condition?

    Thank you
    Robin Peagler

  36. Khadija hassan says:

    Dr Sharma
    Hi
    I am 44 year old woman I was bleeding since 4 months in between DnE have done. As per doctor advise my Utrus walls were much thick.but it couldn’t stops my bleeding process kindly don’t keep my letter is ur history so any one could read me.plz let me know what medicine works other then Sepia and what number I was have herbal medicine by herbs doctor but it is not stopping my periods plz do help me I am tired now my hemoglobin is normal 11.10 so please prescribe an accurate medicine for me.
    Thanks

  37. Menopausal, not had a period for 18 months, have only hot flushes in the night and do not sleep well. Heard sepia could help?

  38. Hello Dr Sharma,

    I had breast cancer in 2010, lumpectomy was done, followed by chymo and radiation. Now I am on arimidex 1 mg. I get very strong hot flashes, my oncologist tried many meds but nothing worked. My daughter told me that her friends’s mom had breast cancer and now she’s using Sepia and she felt better but the question is, how can I make sure it’s good for me? I am experiencing herniated disc leading to sciatica in my right leg and ulnar nerve damage in my left hand. therefore, Iam taking Gabapentin, Celebrex, Bacloven, for pain killer I take oxycodone 1 every 6 hours. So with all thoses meds can I still take the Sepia ? if yes, what is the dosage required?
    Btw, I am 54 years old
    Thx for your patience and your help, have a wonderful and healty life

  39. hi!
    Dr!

    My daughter 13.5 yr old, she face lots of pain during manstrual period.
    Specially first 2 days. what medicine do you suggest to get releif.

    thnx

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  41. Hi Dr: Sharma,

    I have pigmentation (also called Malasma). I treated my face twice with Fraxel laser instead of improvements it is getting worst. My cheeks have big dark patches. One of my friend suggested she taken Sepia homeopathic remedy 200 it helped her a lot. I bought it but now I don’t know the dosage. She was taking one tab once a week. If you can please let me know if I am a good candidate and also the dosage,I would really appreciate your help.

    Thank you,

  42. age-27, loose vagina,dryness of vagina at the time of sex and body sensation is nill;

  43. my wife is now very cool she have no sexual desire at all i am very sad pls suggest me

  44. Anne McAlpine says:

    Hi Doc

    I have just started to take sepia for my menopausal symptoms. How long do I take this for?.

    Regards
    Anne

  45. Hi Doc,
    Anything I have turns immediately into gas(flatulence)and i have this urge to use the washroom & in case I supress it-I get “sinking ‘ feeling.And the urging is most of the time effectual.Hre I must mention that my digestion is good.I am 51years of age .I thnk I am undergoing the menopausal phase.I get severe hunger pangs & have to eat immediately or else i feel terribly weak as if i would collapse.I have stopped going out coz of my gas problem & irritable bowel syndrome.Initialy the sinking sensation came several times in a day.But after having Lachasis I improved a lot but the flatulence & IBS still troubles me.Now i am taking pulsatila-30 & sepia-30 altrnatively along with Razo-D(for gas),Inderal(beta blocker) & Buspin.
    I would be very grateful if u cud help my gas problem.
    Thanks
    madhu

  46. catherine says:

    Have not noticed anything yet? i am taking sepia 6c(125 tablets) one week,
    How long before i notice anything?

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