Are You Constantly Sweating Because of Menopause?

Are You Constantly Sweating Because of Menopause

Summer is creeping closer, but menopause does not put in holiday leave.


Menopausal sweating can be very uncomfortable, not to mention embarrassing! But what can we do about it?

As with most menopause symptoms, sweating can be traced back to an imbalance in hormones. So the best thing to do is to tackle the root cause of the problem. But to better understand how to fix the problem, we need to first look at what exactly causes it…


What causes excessive sweating during menopause?

As mentioned above, it is usually due to hormone imbalances; More specifically, a decrease in estrogen. This happens because estrogen has a big impact on the hypothalamus, which is responsible for regulating the temperature in the body.

When estrogen levels drop, the hypothalamus causes the blood vessels to expand in order to release heat from the body. This causes the sudden feeling of heat (known as hot flushes), whereafter the body tries to cool itself down by triggering the sweat reaction.

These episodes may come and go for as little as a few months, all the up to several years. It is best to try and minimize their effect and occurrence as soon as possible.


Here are 7 top tips to help you cope with menopausal sweating…

  1. Wear cool, loose clothing.

This is the first line of defence in cooling down. Make sure that your clothing is light and breathable, and made preferably made from moister wicking fabric.   

  1. Avoid food-triggers

The most common type of food triggers that can cause you to start sweating includes: spicy food, alcohol, caffeine, and other common hot-flash inducers.

  1. Keep your bedroom cool

Make sure that you always have a fan or an air conditioner in your room to keep you cool – it is easier for your partner to stay warm at night than it is for you to keep cool.

Top tip – if you are travelling or going on holiday, check beforehand if there is a fan or aircon available at your accommodation, otherwise, you can just pack your own small fan.

  1. Do regular exercise

It might be the last thing you feel like doing when you are already working up a sweat, but it really does help.

Try to get at least 30 minutes of exercise, 4 times a week.

  1. If you are a smoker – STOP!

Kicking this habit as soon as possible is one of the best things you can do to help reduce sweating and hot flashes during menopause. Not to mention the money you can save!

  1. Lose some weight

This is often easier said than done as menopause symptoms drive you towards all things deep-fried and covered in chocolate. But the truth is that losing weight helps you stay cool and sweat less.

  1. Use Manna Menopause Support

The Manna Menopause Support was formulated with the correct balance of phyto-estrogens and vitamins to help increase estrogen levels the natural way.

The increase of estrogens can help to conquer menopausal sweating. Using it along with the right dietary choices and exercise routine can help you take menopause and turn it into a great lifestyle changing opportunity!

Manna Menopause Support can be a safe and effective treatment option, because it does not have the threat of cancer risk like hormone replacement therapies.

The Manna Menopause Support was formulated with phyto-estrogens, soy isoflavones, calcium, and vitamin D to help curb menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, mood swings and night sweats.

Manna Menopause Support helps to

      • Relief hot flushes, leaving you feeling less sweaty
      • Balance mood fluctuation
      • Increase energy levels, helping you get through the day easier
      • Increase Libido
      • Reverse vaginal dryness
      • Deeper Sleep
      • Improve memory and brain function
      • Helps to manage stress
      • Help increase stamina
      • Helps reduce osteoporosis


If you want to reduce menopausal sweating, get Manna Menopause Support NOW at these outlets:

“The best product I have used so far and I’m using it for a year now. Before starting on Manna I suffered from hot flushes/ night sweats/no sleep and terrible mood swings. HRT was definitely not an option for me, so I tried Manna and it really has helped me. The fact that it’s all natural is such a plus. I won’t use anything else. Thank you, Manna, for an excellent product.” – Gwen

“Since using Manna Menopause Support I have less hair loss, sleep better and night sweats have decreased. This is a wonderful product and have recommended it to my friends.” – Liz Nowers

“I am using menopause support for a year now, and I can say it is a fantastic product. My hot flashes and night sweat is something of the past. Thanks for a great product.” – Martie

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