A sudden wave of warmth or heat that spreads over the body creating a flushing (redness) particularly noticeable on the face and upper body, sometimes followed by perspiration. Hot flashes can occur at any time and may last from a few seconds to a half-hour. They are caused by decreased levels of estrogen which create rushes of hormonal changes, which in turn cause blood vessels to open and constrict.
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