Are your hot flushes worse when you have your period?

If you’ve started your perimenopause, then you can start getting hot flushes, even if you’re still menstruating.

What is a hot flush?

Ever felt like your body was about to combust?

Other symptoms include anxiety, extreme sweating (think multiple clothes changes), heart palpitations and chills after the flush passes.

They can last as little as a few seconds to several minutes, leaving you feeling totally wrung out.

The good news you’re not alone, and there’s something you can do to help relieve the symptoms.

If you’re struggling with hot flushes, try our Kira Menopause relief, made with finest Black cohosh (a remedy used for hundreds of years) which has traditionally been used to help relieve these symptoms, such as hot flushes.