Menopausal Sweating Associated with Impaired Thinking

 

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HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a. Study links menopausal night sweats to impaired thinking According to a new study, more frequent night sweats were associated with longer sleep – and that the longer women slept.

Study Links Menopausal Night Sweats to Impaired Thinking. WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25, 2019 Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes. Earlier studies have drawn a link between daytime hot flashes and worse memory.

In this study, researchers looked at sleep time and night sweats among women with a history of breast cancer. Study Links Menopausal Night Sweats to Impaired Thinking WEDNESDAY, Sept. 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes. Earlier studies have drawn a link between daytime hot flashes and worse memory. WEDNESDAY, Sept.

25, 2019 (HealthDay News) Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes. Earlier studies have drawn a link between daytime hot flashes and worse memory. Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes.

Earlier studies have drawn a. Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes. Earlier studies have drawn a link between daytime hot flashes and worse memory. In this study, researchers looked at sleep time and night sweats among women with a history of breast cancer.

Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer and the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a surprising new study concludes. Earlier studies have drawn a. Menopausal women who get night sweats sleep longer.

And the longer they sleep, the more trouble they have thinking straight, a new study concludes. In this study, researchers looked at sleep time and night sweats among women with a history of breast cancer. To their surprise, the investigators found that more frequent night sweats were associated with longer sleep.

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Although hot fiashes and night sweats are typically referred to as menopausal symptoms, the fact that they can occur in men with androgen depletion [91] and have different patterns of expression in women suggests that the changes in hormonal milieu may unmask underlying autonomic and vascular dysregulation.

“Sex-Specific Analysis of Cardiovascular Function” by Peter L. M. Kerkhof, Virginia M. Miller
from Sex-Specific Analysis of Cardiovascular Function
by Peter L. M. Kerkhof, Virginia M. Miller
Springer International Publishing, 2018

Night sweats and hot flushes are considered to be vasomotor symptoms, related to the effect of falling levels of estrogen on the heat-regulating center of the brain.

“Encyclopedia of Women's Health” by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
from Encyclopedia of Women’s Health
by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
Springer US, 2004

Vasomotor symptoms of hot flashes and night sweats are the most common physical manifestation, occurring in up to 80% of menopausal women.51 Women who experience vasomotor symptoms are also more likely to suffer sleep disturbances and depressive symptoms and experience a negative impact on their quality of life.

“Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy E-Book: Modern Herbal Medicine” by Kerry Bone, Simon Mills
from Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy E-Book: Modern Herbal Medicine
by Kerry Bone, Simon Mills
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013

Menopause (and pre-menopause) can cause all sorts of uncomfortable and painful symptoms thanks to changing hormones, ranging from night sweats and hot flashes to mood swings and insomnia.

“Acupressure and Reflexology For Dummies” by Synthia Andrews, Bobbi Dempsey
from Acupressure and Reflexology For Dummies
by Synthia Andrews, Bobbi Dempsey
Wiley, 2011

tension and anxiety, hot flashes, and palpitations, particularly during perimenopause.100,104–107 Other menopausal symptoms that can be disruptive to sleep either directly or indirectly include weight gain, vaginal dryness and irritation, and urinary problems.

“Sleep Disorders Medicine E-Book: Basic Science, Technical Considerations, and Clinical Aspects” by Sudhansu Chokroverty
from Sleep Disorders Medicine E-Book: Basic Science, Technical Considerations, and Clinical Aspects
by Sudhansu Chokroverty
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

Thus, CNS changes during perimenopause may ultimately be the underlying cause of menopausal symptoms of hot flashes and night sweats.

“Hormones, Brain and Behavior Online” by Donald W Pfaff, Donald W. Pfaff
from Hormones, Brain and Behavior Online
by Donald W Pfaff, Donald W. Pfaff
Elsevier Science, 2002

Episodes can be provoked by consumption of hot liquids, changes in body position, stress, or heat, or they may occur spontaneously.54 Investigators have theorized that the pathologic mechanism for hot flashes results from decreased testosterone (or estrogen in women) feedback at the hypothalamus.

“Complications of Urologic Surgery E-Book” by Samir S. Taneja
from Complications of Urologic Surgery E-Book
by Samir S. Taneja
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

Low estrogen can cause hot flashes, night sweats, urinary urgency and frequency, insomnia, depression, failing memory (especially when attempting to think of a word or name), hair texture and skin elasticity changes, a thickening waistline, vaginal dryness and a low libido.

“The Supercharged Hormone Diet: A 30-Day Accelerated Plan to Lose Weight, Restore Metabolism, and Feel Younger Longer” by Natasha Turner
from The Supercharged Hormone Diet: A 30-Day Accelerated Plan to Lose Weight, Restore Metabolism, and Feel Younger Longer
by Natasha Turner
Rodale Books, 2013

Vasomotor symptoms, including night sweats and hot flashes, are the primary reason for women to seek treatment at the time of menopause [130].

“Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects” by Sudhansu Chokroverty
from Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects
by Sudhansu Chokroverty
Springer New York, 2017

Atypical hot flushes can be due to non–estrogen-related causes, including new-onset diabetes with autonomic dysfunction, carcinoid, and pheochromocytoma.49 Poor sleep can result from non–estrogen-related causes such as sleep apnea.

“Endocrinology E-Book: Adult and Pediatric” by J. Larry Jameson, Leslie J. De Groot
from Endocrinology E-Book: Adult and Pediatric
by J. Larry Jameson, Leslie J. De Groot
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

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  • Unfortunately I drink a bottle of wine to knock me out otherwise I can’t fall asleep.i don’t get night sweats I have that in the day. Wow I hate menopause.

  • I am usually a person who is cold all the time. Heck I wore a vest all last summer. But 2020 has been a hell of a year so far not only am I getting hot during the day but the night sweats I can’t deal with them. I literally have to change my clothes and take a shower a few times a night….. I just want to sleep. How did all this happen within 6 months??

  • My aunt was going through her premenopausal stage. She was having night sweats,irritation, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, headache, sleep disturbance, anxiety,

    depression. One day she discussed her problem with one of her friend. She guided her about Planet Ayurveda, she visited there, consulted Dr. Vikram

    Chauhan, Dr. Vikram prescribed her with ”Menopause care pack”. My aunt is much better now.

  • Thank you for video! Im going in my 3rd week of night sweats. The night sweats had disappeared for a year and now back. Interesting thing now I have a change in sense of smell where I smell toasted almonds/nuts everywhereI feel it in nostrils and on my skin and when I eat and drink I sense it too! Is this normal changes in sense of smell? Im 44 years old Im still trying to get use to these changes. Thanks!