Hot flashes ruin the lives of three-quarters of women between the ages of 45 and 55 (the age group at which menopause occurs).
Hot flashes during menopause are as common as pimples during adolescence. This is a strange high temperature, new to women. Sometimes, only the ears shine, and they turn red like hormonal traffic lights. At other times, the bonfire rises in the chest cavity and radiates to the neck and face, like a dragon’s flame.
Often accompanied by strange violent sweating, which has nothing to do with sweating after strenuous exercise. Moreover, after sweating, the wet body will catch cold.
As a result, hot flashes become homeless every day. They usually last a few minutes, although they can be longer.
This is the knowledge that science knows why they are produced, how the body reacts, and how much the human body’s temperature rises during a big burn.
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When a woman is about to deplete her egg reserves as an adult, those unexpected sudden fevers begin, which is hard to describe because they are like sunbathing on a small beach in Cadiz. They happened and no one expected them. And they are very eye-catching, mainly because they flushed on the cheeks and then sweat like a tsunami.
Some women experience hot flashes for 15 years, even though the average is 5 years old
The worst hot flashes in 15 years
Few people can get rid of the redness of cheeks and ears caused by rising body temperature, and immediately after that, you start to sweat, as if you had escaped from a lion. Bulk soybeans, Tai Chi, sex (sensation) or hormonal therapy will not end them in the end. Scrubbing your cheeks with cold water is the most effective health treatment. Therefore, it is best to know their origin, because statistics show that they will last for several years in your daily work, and in the worst case it will last for 15 years.
The latest data comes from National Women’s Health Study O swan, They collected data on the physical, biological and mental health of 3,302 women of different races and ethnicities in 22 years. This study shows, among other things (except that all of us are Chinese or Somali, this happened to all of us), although the average age is five years old, some women will feel hot flashes for up to 15 years Long.
This is the way to trigger hot flashes
Just as estrogen skyrocketed during puberty, they plummeted after age 45 (approximately). The reduction is gradual, that is, the production of estrogen in the ovaries gradually decreases (also in other tissues of the body). This is why it is easy to startle hot flashes before your menstruation is completely eliminated.
Why does this strange phenomenon happen?
What caused the burning sensation? A few years ago, they published an article in the famous “Cell” magazine, A study At least it seems that the person who found the source of the fire, a clue. By stimulating certain brain cells in the hippocampus of mice, the skin temperature increased, and then the core body temperature increased. This effect is most pronounced in female mice whose ovaries have been removed to deplete their sex hormone levels.
Men and women share these types of brain cells with laboratory rodents. These are the receptor cells of kissepteptin (kiss), these hormones also play a key role in the formation of testes and ovaries during puberty. Moreover, when the level of estrogen drops, these cells are more or less damaged, and we can say that they are “pulled out”. Therefore, this may be the main focus of the flare, but more research is needed to confirm the flare and see if it can be extended to women.
Your heart beats faster, the blood vessels in your skin dilate, allowing more blood to circulate and dissipate heat, and sweat glands release sweat to make you cooler.
Sweating: Use a hose to extinguish the fire
This reduction in estrogen somehow (how it is not yet known) messes up the hypothalamus (sometimes called the human “thermostat”) and makes the body think it is too hot. The brain’s response is to send “alerts” to the heart, blood vessels and nervous system to lower the temperature. The message is sent immediately.
The heart beats faster, the blood vessels in the skin dilate, allowing more blood to circulate and dissipate heat, and sweat glands release sweat to make you cooler.
If you are at 40ºC in Seville, this exothermic mechanism works the same, but when the process is due to a decrease in estrogen, the brain’s chaotic response can make everything very uncomfortable. Efforts to lower the temperature will cause more sweating. If hot flashes occur at night and it seems that the fire is not enough, suddenly you will feel cold, which is what makes you sleep in a puddle.
The state of excitement in the center seems to be accumulating, which may be due to the accumulation of a certain chemical substance, rather than the accumulation of heat, and this heat is explosively discharged
How much does the temperature rise and why does it rise?
Well, although the answer may seem unbelievable to the people who live in them, very few Scientific measurement Experiments conducted in a controlled manner can only record up to a temperature rise of not more than 1ºC. After the hot flashes, only the cheeks showed more temperature rise.Up to 0.7 degrees Celsius
Yes, at the beginning of the flash, the heart will accelerate by 13%, but it will decelerate immediately afterwards. In addition, with the exception of the limbs, the body temperature drops when sweating begins.
The research scientist said: “There has never been any sign that a craze is about to occur.” The excitement in the center seems to be accumulating. This may be due to the accumulation of a certain chemical substance rather than the accumulation of heat, which is released explosively. . prosperity!