Integrative guide to Hot flash relief 

The Professional Guide to Providing Your Clients With Integrative Support to Manage Hot Flashes & Related Symptoms

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Are you prepared to offer your clients integrative support and actionable strategies to manage their hot flashes? 

75% – 85% of perimenopausal and menopausal women experience hot flashes and night sweats.

Which means there are literally MILLIONS of women across the globe who are looking for support in navigating the symptoms and side effects of going through the perimenopause and menopause transition.

In this comprehensive guide, you will learn actionable, integrative, and natural strategies that you can provide your clients with to help improve their quality of life and reduce unwanted symptoms. 

This guide is primarily focused on alternative options to hot flash management.

If your clients have already tried everything from HRT (hormone replacement therapy) and anti-depressants and are looking for non-pharmacological options – this guide will provide insightful, research-backed options for them to explore. 


“Integrative, evidence-based, practical and empowering. Jessica Drummond is a leader in integrative women’s health and her vast experience and compassion makes this a must-read!



– Trudy Scott, Author of The Anti-Anxiety Food Solution

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What is the cause of hot flashes?


How Does Hot Flash Risk Vary by Geographic Location?


Natural Hot Flash and Night Sweat Relief Strategies


How to Minimize Small Temperature Changes That Trigger Hot Flashes


How to Calm the Sympathetic Nervous System Response


How to Support Healthy Estrogen Levels through Perimenopause & Menopause


Which Nutrients Can Help Support Antioxidant Levels & Reduce Hot Flashes

Hot Flash Relief Guide for Practitioners 

In the middle of a big presentation, she could feel it coming on. The heat rising in her chest and the tiny droplets of sweat appearing on her forehead hairline. Was her face turning red? How bad would this one be? Would she break out in a full sweat? Could anyone in the audience tell?

Awaking from a dream at 3am, drenched in sweat, her heart racing… “What was I even dreaming about?”, she thought. For the past 2 weeks, she’d been waiting for her period to come, but it never arrived. Instead, she found herself stuck in a loop of insomnia and middle-of-the night swimming in a pool of sweat and heat.

Sound familiar?

75% – 85% of perimenopausal and menopausal women experience hot flashes and night sweats. According to the SWAN study, hot flashes and night sweats last between 3.5 and 10 years for most women. (1) For women who’s hot flashes began before their menstrual cycles ended, their hot flashes would continue for an average of nine to 10 years.

For those women who didn’t start experiencing hot flashes until after their last menstrual cycles, their hot flashes tended to last an average of 3.5 years. For approximately 8% of women, they will continue to experience hot flashes even after 20 years of menopause. (2)



This eBook is a powerful resource for women’s health practitioners who work with perimenopausal and menopausal clients who are struggling to manage and mitigate the pesky symptoms of this transition like hot flashes, night sweats, hormone imbalances, weight loss resistance, and more! 


“Often we focus on where we need to go instead of celebrating the success along the way. It feels so good to have the support and great knowledge that Jessica has to share. It really goes a long way. 6 months ago I was 30 pounds heavier, had thyroid problems, metabolism slow as you can imagine, felt stressed almost 100% of the time and felt sluggish along with that. No energy and I was an angry mom most of the time! And sex was a no-no, no way, no thank you, hurts too much! Fast forward to today and I am a true believer in “ask and it is given”.

I asked for help and direction and Jessica showed up! My life has almost completely changed. I feel healed from the inside out, 30 lbs lighter, mentally lighter, up for sex again and actually feeling vibrant! I feel very grateful and really know now anything is possible. We can heal our lives and our bodies. I just want to thank you, Jessica, for doing what you do and for being a light for us sharing your experience and wisdom and making a difference in the world! Big love!!”

Sinead Moffat

Life Coach

“Jessica is so wise. IWHI is a sanctuary for women who have felt totally dismissed or unsupported by the conventional “women’s health” medicine and programs out there.

Sometimes it’s serious conversations and sometimes it feels like a glass of wine with my girlfriends.

No matter what, the information and support is top notch and one of a kind.”

Lily Starling

NCMT, Holistic Business Evolution

“A few years ago, the pull to expand my knowledge brought me to IWHI, where I completed the Endometriosis Coaching program and most recently, the Business Mastermind & Women’s Health Coaching programs.

It was during this new adventure that I realized how my skill in coaching could benefit so many women beyond what I had been able to offer in my physical therapy practice.

I knew I could provide compassionate support to women in perimenopause and menopause to find within themselves the resources and tools that they had not been able to get from a traditional model of care.

I realized, both through my own journey and through what I was learning throughout the programs, that it takes a village of support, it takes listening and reflection to achieve optimal health and wellbeing.”

Jeanne Spadaccini


“Integrative, evidence-based, practical and empowering. Jessica Drummond is a leader in integrative women’s health and her vast experience and compassion makes this a must-read!

It’s both practical and empowering.

As a nutritionist working with women with anxiety, I am thrilled to have this comprehensive evidence-based book as a resource for those in my community who are on their healing journey.”

Trudy Scott

Author of The Antianxiety Food Solution

“I am a functional medicine/chiropractor and while I have had access to some of the best training, Jessica Drummond pulls it all together for you specific to women’s health issues.

She has a knack for keeping it clear and concise and simplified so you can easily integrate into your current practice. I love that Dr. Drummond stays up to date on research. She also has connections with the brightest minds in these areas of women’s health and brings them in to do lectures in the modules.

The content is very well organized and easily digestible. This has helped me niche down every further in my integrative women’s health practice.”

Dr. Mandy Marziaz

DC, WHC, Vital family Chiropractic


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Founder & CEO

The Integrative Women’s Health Institute

Dr. Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC has been passionate about supporting, caring for, and empowering people who struggle with women’s and pelvic health concerns throughout her 24 year career working as a physical therapist and clinical nutritionist.

Dr. Drummond’s trademarked approach is holistic, multi-pronged, and comprehensive, which combines science-informed research, functional nutrition application, lifestyle medicine strategies, nervous system regulation, mind-body connection, hormone balance, physical & manual therapy, and so much more.

While her private clients hold a special place in her heart, Dr. Jessica Drummond is equally passionate about educating and supporting clinicians and wellness professionals to become certified health coaches so they can confidently and safely provide integrative tools and treatment to their clients.