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Then, later that evening, I realised it had been hours since I last experienced a hot flush - that horrid, creeping, inner-furnace feeling.

I remembered how I'd sweated in the studio, the water literally pouring off me. Proponents of Bikram yoga say it helps to detoxify the body, raises the heart rate and helps you lose weight, de-stress and become more flexible.

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Much has been written about Bikram since it gained popularity in the Seventies in Los Angeles.

Founder Bikram Choudhury devised the heated rooms to imitate conditions in which yoga was practised in his native India.

A former personal trainer who has practised every day for 12 years, she says: 'I'm 54 and I am not getting the hot sweats my friends are all getting.

In a desperate bid to get fitter and lose some weight, I looked up a local exercise class.

It's favoured by Hollywood celebrities from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Aniston, and thousands of certified instructors now train people all over the world in the series of 26 postures from one of the more popular branches of yoga, called hatha.

Critics call it a fad, even a cult, while proponents say it helps to detoxify the body, raises the heart rate and helps you lose weight, de-stress and become more flexible.

An imbalance can wreak havoc on the nervous system, interrupting sleep, causing panic attacks and also making the body store more fat around the middle, in a sort of emergency response. Fans of Hot Bikram Yoga point out that several of its postures work on the adrenal glands and can help alleviate the release of cortisol.

Carolyn Jikiemi-Roberts, owner of the studio in Balham, South London, where I go, is convinced Hot Bikram helped her avoid the worst of the menopause.

In a desperate bid to get fitter and lose some weight, I looked up a local exercise class.It's favoured by Hollywood celebrities from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Aniston, and thousands of certified instructors now train people all over the world in the series of 26 postures from one of the more popular branches of yoga, called hatha.Critics call it a fad, even a cult, while proponents say it helps to detoxify the body, raises the heart rate and helps you lose weight, de-stress and become more flexible.An imbalance can wreak havoc on the nervous system, interrupting sleep, causing panic attacks and also making the body store more fat around the middle, in a sort of emergency response. Fans of Hot Bikram Yoga point out that several of its postures work on the adrenal glands and can help alleviate the release of cortisol.Carolyn Jikiemi-Roberts, owner of the studio in Balham, South London, where I go, is convinced Hot Bikram helped her avoid the worst of the menopause.Nothing silenced the awful 2am alarm clock that left me literally weeping with fatigue.