How I Eliminated My Perimenopausal Hot Flashes

Hot Flashes Are NO JOKE!

I eliminated my perimenopausal hot flashes. IF you mention hot flashes to women you will get mixed responses. Some people are in the middle of them and some haven’t gotten here yet but have heard about them and certainly aren’t in a hurry to get there. Bottom line: No one wants or likes HOT FLASHES!

I eat pretty healthy so mine didn’t start as early as some people’s do…at least that is the only reason I can think of that mine started late…anyhooo I digress. My hot flashes didn’t start until after the age of 50, and they weren’t super bad to start out. Quick literally I didn’t have them at all until I took a trip with my son for about 2 weeks.

There in lies the key, which you will discover later.

The Trip-Causes Perimenopausal Hot Flashes

We packed up the car, got a tent, some freeze-dried meals like these, the cutest little cooking stove that runs on twigs and can charge your cell phone and hit the road. In all fairness we didn’t camp the whole time. I did stop in with family along the way. But the time we spent camping was awesome!

This is my youngest son and he was doing all three Spartan Races within a couple of week period of time. He had to get them all in in order to get his Trifecta Medal that he wanted. We had to go to Big Bear Ski Resort in Southern California in October for one of the races. This is where we camped out.

We spent days trying to get used to the altitude, we were from sea level and this was considerably higher. We climbed all over the mountain and he hopped on top of huge rocks, climbed trees. He’s quite the monkey, which is why he likes the races. If you don’t know what they are check them out…they are cool. Google Spartan Race. Check them out on YouTube as well. Many people post videos.

Anyway I digress again. The point of this story is that I was away from home. A few days into the endeavor I started noticing that I was getting hot, periodically. It was weird. This had never happened before! It was almost instant upon leaving home. In the middle of the night I would have to take the covers off. Then a few minutes later I would be cold again. AARRRGGG!

I thought, “ok, it’s finally hit me. I’ve finally hit perimenopause. ” Of course, like any woman, I thought I was going to have to get used to them and live with them. I did my best to come to grips with this reality….even though it was super sudden, I thought.

Coming Home-Cured Perimenopausal Hot Flashes

Fast foreword 2 months. We have arrived back home and life has gone back to the normal day to day activities. Suddenly, one day I realized I wasn’t having the hot flashes any more! What!!!!! I thought about it, when had that happened? I rationalized that maybe hot flashes come and go at this point.

About a year later I take another trip. I’m only gone a few weeks and again the hot flashes start up. I assume that they have come back like I thought they would. Upon my return home I monitor them. Hot flashes aren’t something you can just ignore. About 2 months later, with a sort of shock I realize that they are gone again. Ok, so I begin to think this isn’t normal. My mother had hot flashes and she never had any relief from them.

What is different? I few more trips later, and a few more years, I can honestly say I figured it out. Every time I leave home the hot flashes return and they take about 2 months after returning home to leave again. I am writing this after the hot flashes have just dissipated for the umpteenth time, and it has indeed been 2 months since I returned home. It kind of makes not want to leave home, but now I know what is happening.

Does anyone want to know what happened, how did I eliminated my perimenopausal hot flashes?

Health-To Fix Perimenopausal Hot Flashes

First let me say a little bit about Health. I’m sure you’ve all heard the following quote.

Our health is priceless and yet we often don’t give it the time of day. We eat what is convenient, easy and tasty without a thought about what it is doing to our bodies. Many people don’t even realize that the foods they eat are actually not good for them.

Did you know that the human body is supposed to be alkaline, but our standard American diet is acidic?

Has anyone told you that if you maintain an alkaline diet, fruits and vegetables are alkaline, you won’t get as sick?

Did you know that cancer cannot live in an alkaline environment?

So if what we are eating is acidic and making us sick, then how in the world can we fix it?

Most people don’t know how to eat mainly vegetable and most don’t even want to try.

But….What if there was a way to make yourself healthier, more alkaline, without having to change you diet completely?

Alkaline the Easy Way

Now I will let you in on the little secret. A substance that I will not go without, if I can help it. It’s called Kangen Water.

This water has made my life a whole hell of a lot easier, as I have gotten older. The benefits are much more than the elimination of my perimenopausal symptoms. My skin is more hydrated, my stomach doesn’t hurt when I eat, my brain can function with clarity, my joints don’t ache and the list could go on. Click this link to learn more and gain access to an awesome video which explains a whole lot more about Alkaline water and how it works.

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