Featured Product



Waking up in the middle of the night, anxious and soaked in sweat, is not a pleasant experience. But unfortunately, it is one of the most common symptoms of menopause.

When hot flashes occur at night while we are sleeping, we refer to them as night sweats. An episode of night sweats can become so unbearable that it wakes us from our deep slumber. 

What causes night sweats?

Heavy night sweats during menopause are caused, quite simply, by fluctuating hormone levels. More specifically, it is caused by the decrease in estrogen that women experience when they go through menopause.

This leads the body to think that its temperature is much higher than it truly is. It causes the hypothalamus, which is the part of the brain responsible for regulating body temperature, to incorrectly perceive an abnormally high body temperature and raise a false alarm in an attempt to cool the body. Heavy night sweats affect countless women throughout the world.

Almost 85% of women going through menopause will experience it along with the other symptoms! 

There are also things we do that can increase the risk of having night sweats. These include

  • Not getting enough sleep - It is recommended that women who are going through menopause should get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night. Less than this can trigger night sweats and hot flashes.

  • Sedentary lifestyles Inactive women are much more likely to experience night sweats (and more intense menopause symptoms overall) than their active counterparts.

  • Exposure to warm weather If the weather is hot, menopausal women suffering from heavy night sweats should stay inside if possible.

  • Hot tubs/Jacuzzis These may help in relaxation, but they raise the body's temperature significantly.

  • A diet that is low in Vitamins B, C, and D, and especially calcium.

How do I get night sweats to STOP?
There are various things that you can do to help avoid night sweats. However, for the most effective treatment and prevention, use them together

  1. Sleep in cool, breathable pyjamas.
These will help keep you cool, especially if you stay somewhere where it doesn't really cool down on summer nights. Also, swap out your duvet for a light blanket.

  1. Turn down the heating
Sleeping in a cooler environment may help keep your night sweats under control.

  1. Avoid Spicy Food
You may love spicy food, but it might not love you back. It is a big trigger of night sweats as well as hot flashes.

  1. Cut down on alcohol and caffeine.
These are two of the biggest triggers of hot flashes and night sweats. Try to cut them out completely or limit them to 1 or 2 drinks a day. But don't drink either of them within an hour of going to bed.

  1. Tackle the problem at the roots with Manna Hot Flush Gel
Get yourself the Manna Hot Flush Gel as soon as possible!


How does Manna Hot Flush Gel work?
The Manna Hot Flush Gel offers fast and effective relief from menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. 

It has a fast cooling effect, that relieves muscle spasms, has a calming effect, is anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, non-toxic, and non-irritant. 

How do I use the Manna Hot Flush Gel?
Apply gel lightly – but do not rub it in – on the back of the neck during a hot flush or night sweat episode. Or use it preventatively, by applying it in the morning or before bedtime.

What do other women say about Manna Hot Flush Gel?

"It really really works! - When I feel a hot flush episode starting, I use some Hot Flush Gel and within 10 to 30 seconds I feel relief. I also use the Hot Flush Gel preventative – specific times when I know I would usually have a hot flush episode I use it beforehand and avoid getting one at all. For the first time in years, I am having peaceful sleep. It truly is a wonder gel!" - Freda Coetzee

"I am amazed. Completely surprised by the effectiveness of this product. I have tried a few others but none that worked instantly like this gel does. Thank you, Manna Health." - Elizabeth Steyn

"What a relief!!! - To wake up knowing that today is just going to be another boiling, steaming, simmering hot day is no way to start the day. However, that has been my wake up for many months, fortunately not years. However my hot flush experience goes much further than just a flush of seconds, mine persists from hot, to very hot to absolute hell. However these days, since a little more than a month ago I can start my day knowing that all will be cool, pun very much intended. The first time I applied the Menopause Hot Flush Gel to the back of my neck I had instant relief. It was too much to believe, but it most certainly happened. The relief had a snowball effect as now I can function better, I can sleep better and subsequently my moods are much better. In short, I can enjoy life. However dramatic that might sound it is the truth. Not only does it help to soothe my mood side, but it also helps to just bring the calm I need to go to sleep." - Tanya O'Conner




Buy Now Large Green Button
On:
person Posted By: Pieter Coetzee list In: Menopause

Related Articles

On:

How To Treat Hot Flushes Effectively

list In: Menopause
Hot flushes are probably the most well-known (and widely hated!) symptoms of menopause.  They can be a real pain to deal with; not to mention an embarrassment

Read more

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
On:

9 Tips to Treat Menopause In The New Year

list In: Menopause
Menopause is inevitable. We may reach it at different times in our lives, but it is going to happen.But that does not mean we have to take it lying down....

Read more

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
On:

10 Tips To Keep Your Skin Healthy During Menopause

list In: Menopause
Menopause is bad enough – why does it have to affect the skin?! The good news is that there is a lot we can do to treat and prevent the wear and tear that...

Read more

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec

Comments

No comment at this time!

Leave your comment

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday January February March April May June July August September October November December