Hot Flashes: What is it and How to Manage it?

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Symptoms Characterizing Hot Flashes

Hot flashes are characterized by sudden feelings of warmth, often accompanied by flushing of the face and upper body. Individuals may also experience sweating, rapid heartbeat, and chills following a hot flash. These symptoms can be disruptive and uncomfortable, impacting daily activities and overall well-being. It is essential to recognize these symptoms and seek appropriate measures to alleviate their effects.

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