Sedentary Lifestyle Linked to More Nighttime Menopausal Hot Flashes
The transition to menopause can come with a range of symptoms, including weight gain, thinning hair, dry skin, and mood changes. Many people also experience intense moments of heat called hot flashes, especially at night when they’re trying to sleep.
If you’re in the midst of a hot flash, working up a sweat at the gym is probably the last thing you’d expect to make you feel better. However, according to new research, being sedentary might make your hot flashes more frequent.
Read more from VeryWell Health, by Lauren Manaker, about Sedentary Lifestyle Linked to More Nighttime Menopausal Hot Flashes