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    Hot flashes/Somnapure
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    Mary38 posted:
    I had terrible hot flashes/night sweats due to menopause. My daughter takes Somnapure which helps her get to sleep at night, and is calming.
    I do not have sleeping problems, but I thought maybe this might help with the hot flashes, so I tried it. It has helped tremendously! I take 2 tablets about 1 hour before I go to bed. I started noticing a change after about 5 days, and after 3 weeks, the difference is great. I used to have at least 5 or six hot flashes or night sweats every night, and now I average 2 a night, and they are not as severe as they were before the Somnapure.
    I have never been on a discussion board before, but I just wanted to share this with anyone who suffers from the terrible night sweats that I did, and let them know that Somnapure has really helped me.
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