For heart palpitations during menopause-certainty
The hormonal changes during menopause not only bring about frequent hot flushes and sudden profuse sweating, but can also give rise to noticeable differences in heartbeat regularity. For women, clinical studies have not explicitly proven any increased heart and circulation risks during and after menopause or the influence of hormone therapy. Regardless, skipped heartbeats and a racing heart are not uncommon signs accompanying these changes to the woman's hormonal balance. The uncertainty as to whether these arrhythmias are harmless or indeed to be taken seriously is obviously another unpleasant accompaniment to the “change of life”.