Study: Hot Flashes Can Continue for 14 Years

aged-woman-having-headache-100101270Conventional wisdom has it that hot flashes, which afflict up to 80 percent of middle-aged women, usually persist for just a few years. But hot flashes can continue for as long as 14 years, and the earlier they begin the longer a woman is likely to suffer, a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found.

It takes a woman to appreciate women’s issues–including hot flashes–which is why you might want switch to Northern Colorado Womens Wellness for your gynecological care.  We still get them, so we’ll be glad to share our experience and expertise with any woman suffering hot flashes.