Study Says Exercise Reduce Hot Flashes Menopause Symptoms:

It’s never too late for women to reap the benefits from starting a regular exercise program, according to a new study that shows exercise Reduce Hot Flashes Menopause Symptoms¬†and improve quality of life.Researchers found menopausal women aged 55-72 who started a yearlong exercise program experienced significant improvement in both mental and physical health while those who didn’t exercise got worse.

“The group that improved took part in three hours of fully supervised exercise a week for 12 months,” says researcher Carmen Villaverde-Gutierrez, professor of nursing at the University of Granada in Spain, in a news release. “As well as monitoring severe symptoms, we also looked at the women’s quality of life and found that the average scores for the exercise group improved while those for the control group decreased.”

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