Science has revealed that VMS—also known as Vasomotor Symptoms, the medical name for hot flashes and night sweats—due to menopause isn't caused by declining estrogen alone.
In fact, we know that a brain chemical called Neurokinin B, or NKB for short, is a trigger of VMS. NKB is found in the temperature control center of your brain, the hypothalamus.
When NKB binds to the receptor in the hypothalamus during menopause it triggers hot flashes and night sweats.
Veozah is designed to directly block NKB from binding to the receptor. This reduces hot flashes and night sweats due to menopause.