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I'm on a team of three young guys designing a wristband which can help keep the body more comfortable in the heat. It is rechargeable and feels like a cold tap or ice cube on your wrist. We've been told a million times by advisors it could be good for menopausal women, but we don't have any personal experience with menopause, so we wanted to get feedback from you all!
1. Do you think something like this (imagine an ice cube on your wrist) could help in a hot flash? And if so, how would you like it to be marketed to you in a respectful, non-stigmatizing way?
2. What are the current solutions you have to hot flushes/flashes?
3. Does overheating and hot flashes affect you more in the day or at night?
Thanks so much
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