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Hot Flashes and Night Sweats

Hot flashes and excessive sweating at night that come out of nowhere are caused by an overloaded liver — not the thyroid or menopause. Hot flashes and night sweats have nothing to do with hormones. Here's what's really going on: When the liver becomes full of toxins, such as viral wastes, heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, and even old storage of drugs used in the past, the liver becomes overloaded and starts to get hot, so the body tries to cool it down. As part of this process, heat is expelled from the liver and pulsed throughout the body, giving you that uncomfortable, overheated feeling. This is a common experience for both women and men, but because of the stigma, hot flashes in men are not normally labeled as such. They are often referred to as work sweats or nervous sweats instead.

With a healthier lifestyle aimed at cleaning and repairing the liver, hot flashes can be treated well and you often notice a strong reduction in symptoms after one month!

If you want more information about the liver recovery plan, please call, app or email Aschwin on 0651249421 /

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