Hot flashes - Vital Hormone Clinic

Hot flashes are a common symptom of menopause caused by decreasing estrogen levels. As estrogen declines, it leads to sudden blood vessel dilation and a feeling of intense warmth that spreads across the face, neck and chest. Additional symptoms may include sweating, chills, flushing skin, anxiety, headache, weakness or an elevated heart rate. Some key facts about hot flashes:

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