By: Red Hot Mamas
Published: September 14, 2017
Contributed by Dr. Mache Seibel- Red Hot Mamas Expert
Are you one of the seventy-five percent of women who have hot flashes. Aren’t they a pain?!
Did you know they tend to be more common in women with a higher systolic blood pressure (the upper number in your blood pressure), women who are heavier, and who have higher lipid levels (cholesterol) in their blood.
But hot flashes may be telling you more than it’s time to open the windows or throw off the covers. Several recent studies have reported that women women with hot flashes, especially those who start having intense ones between 40 and 53 years, may be at increased risk for heart disease.
Why? It turns out the changes in your blood vessels that cause the hot flashes are also associated with a higher risk for developing plaque and hardening and thickening of the arteries.
Loss of estrogen at the time of menopause causes a lot of changes like hot flashes that you notice…
And other ones you don’t.
My new book, The Estrogen Fix, will mail September 19. But if you visit www.EstrogenFixBook.com and purchase it now, you’ll get 9 free special gifts as a thank you.
Watch the short video below to learn even more about your estrogen and your heart… and get your copy of The Estrogen Fix now along with nine terrific free gifts.
Yours in good health,
Mache Seibel, MD
Author of EstrogenFixBook.com
Link for video on you tube https://youtu.be/LfHjtoMhXGE