Relief from Hot Flashes: The Natural, Drug-Free Program to Reduce Hot Flashes, Improve Sleep, and Ease Stress

Relief from Hot Flashes: The Natural, Drug-Free Program to Reduce Hot Flashes, Improve Sleep, and Ease Stress

Language: English

Pages: 280

ISBN: 1936303566

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Available to the public for the first time, a groundbreaking, non-hormonal treatment, proven to reduce hot flashes by 80% on average

Based upon a decade of research conducted by Dr. Gary Elkins, Relief from Hot Flashes provides a safe, effective way to reduce the number and intensity of hot flashes. This innovated, five-week program has already helped thousands of women with hot flashes and night sweats caused by menopause, perimenopause, breast cancer treatment, and other conditions. Now you can experience the benefits, too.

  • Learn how to use hypnotic relaxation therapy, the most successful, evidence-based alternative therapy for reducing hot flashes
  • Access five 30-minute audio recordings to guide your practice and improve results
  • Improve your sleep, mood, concentration, and sex life
  • Achieve quick results. Many women feel benefits within the first two weeks


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flashes and exercise may be more complex, as another study found that it could decrease hot flashes for some women. A recent study suggests that H 56 NONHORMONAL THERAPIES FOR HOT FLASHES: WHAT DO WE REALLY KNOW? whether exercise increases or decreases hot flashes may depend on a woman’s preexisting fitness level. A recent study of 92 healthy women found that immediately after moderate-intensity aerobic exercise, they reported significantly fewer hot flashes. However, this study also

Psychoeductional and cognitive–­ behavioral programs have been used to help people cope with stress, manage depression, and reduce chronic pain. Psychoeducation is a component of many programs. However, there is not much ­evidence that psychoeducation alone is an effective treatment for hot flashes. In one study, 96 women with a history of breast cancer were randomized to receive either a cognitive–behavioral intervention or just continue with their usual medical care. The treatment involved

publisher, but readers who fail to consult appropriate health authorities assume the risk of injuries. The publisher is not responsible for errors or omissions. The editors and publisher welcome any reader to report to the publisher any discrepancies or inaccuracies noticed. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Elkins, Gary Ray, 1952Relief from hot flashes : the natural, drug-free program to reduce hot flashes, improve sleep, and ease stress / Gary Elkins, Ph.D., ABPP, ABPH. pages

system is activated and this can give way to a greater sense of mental and emotional relaxation and calmness. Mental and Emotional Relaxation For many purposes, mental and emotional relaxation is even more important than physical relaxation. It is a feeling of calmness and a feeling of control. Calm thoughts and images occur and there is a general sense of well-being. As mental–­ s mental–emotional emotional relaxation is achieved, relaxation is achieved, worries and concerns are set worries and

which audio recording you choose, you will hear me describe the imagery of either walking down a mountain path on a cool day or sitting near a lake and feeling coolness. You will be given suggestions to experience a cool breeze, cool mountain air, a cool mist, and/or to visualize snow around you. You may find that you become aware of other images from your subconscious that are related to relaxation and coolness. Posthypnotic Suggestions Suggestions will be given for additional positive changes

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