There are three generally accepted categories of menopause: Perimenopause, Menopause and Induced Menopause.

Perimenopause: Perimenopausal symptoms can begin years ahead of actual menopause, or the final menstrual cycle. It is considered a transition phase and can often last up to six years or more. Symptoms of perimenopause are much like menopausal symptoms.

Menopause: Menopause is defined as the last and final menstrual period and is usually confirmed when a woman misses her period for twelve consecutive months. Menopause itself is associated with a reduced functioning of the ovaries due to natural aging of the body. This reduction in function of the ovaries leads to lower levels of estrogen and other natural hormones. This phase marks the permanent end of fertility for women. Symptoms of menopause include hot flashes, night sweats, sleep disturbances, vaginal dryness, mood swings, headaches and irritability.

Induced Menopause: occurs when menstrual periods stop due to medical intervention, surgical removal of both ovaries or cancer treatments.  Symptoms for induced menopause are often intensified due to the absence of the perimenopausal transition.



What is a Hot Flash/Night Sweat?

Every woman is different, but hot flashes can occur during any of the three categories of menopause to varying degrees of intensity. Researchers believe that hot flashes occur when the hypothalamus nerve cells in the brain, which help to regulate body temperature, mistakenly sense that the body is too warm and attempt to cool it down. These hypothalamus cells have estrogen receptors, so when the estrogen levels decline due to perimenopause, menopause or induced menopause, your internal temperature regulators do not work as well, and the result is a hot flash or night sweat.

Your body then responds to what your brain is telling you by increasing heart rate and blood flow to the extremities. As skin temperature rises, you feel the heat and the sweating mechanism begins. As one woman aptly described it "a sun nova inside your body erupts and sends intense radiation out in all directions. You instantly wish to tear off all your clothes and find anything you can to fan yourself...". Then once your body temperature drops from the cooling effect, blood vessels constrict and you may begin to feel cold and clammy. When this occurs at night, it is considered a "night sweat" and often results in sleep disruption, fatigue and irritability.

Triggers for hot flashes are different for each woman. Stress, anxiety, certain foods, caffeine, hot drinks, alcohol, hot rooms, and sometimes absolutely nothing can result in a hot flash.

How does Renovoir Hot Flash Rescue
Spray Work?


Unlike hormone replacement therapy, herbal treatments, oral medication or any of the other options to hot flash sufferers, Renovoir Hot Flash Rescue Spray is based on the physiology of a hot flash. There are no side effects and no risks associated with its usage and its design was based on the chemistry of the brain rather than hormonal regulation.

The biological wiring of a hot flash looks like the diagram to the right:

Renovoir Hot Flash Rescue Spray works to disrupt the brain's chemistry and essentially short circuit thermostatic messages from the brain to the body. Our proprietary formula is hormone free and made from essential oils to work with the body and re-regulate the brain's chemistry. When sprayed at the back of the neck, just below the hairline, the spray acts immediately, sending different signals along the brain's hypothalamus nerve cell pathway. The result is an immediate cessation of the signal to dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow.

Tests to date have resulted in immediate relief of the sensation of heat, a disruption of sweating and normalization of the body's temperature. Added benefits include the ability to stop the flash from occurring at all with regular usage and appropriate timing between intervals, the elimination of night sweats and irregular sleep patterns, and the relief of headaches and irritability associated with menopausal symptoms. Some users have experienced not only the immediate relief, but decreased frequency of hot flashes, and in some cases, the elimination of symptoms altogether.
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