Hot flushes, more often known as hot flashes, occur when blood vessels near the skin's surface dilate, according to WebMD. The cause of this is not known, though they may be related to circulation. Hot flushes can also r... More »

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Hot flashes usually indicate that a woman is approaching or experiencing menopause, but prescription and over-the-counter medications, hypothalamus dysfunction, hyperthyroidism, spicy foods and alcohol often cause overhe... More »

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Some symptoms of menopause include hot flashes, urinary incontinence and other urinary issues, bothersome vaginal changes and bone loss. Most women begin to experience the symptoms of menopause between the ages of 48 and... More »

To treat hot flashes naturally, women can drink a glass of cold water, go to a cooler place and avoid triggers. To treat other symptoms of menopause naturally, they can exercise regularly, follow a balanced diet, do rela... More »

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Signs and symptoms of approaching menopause include hot flashes, irregular periods, vaginal dryness, night sweats and mood changes, according to Mayo Clinic. Other signs are hair loss, dry skin, weight gain, loss of brea... More »

As of 2015, there is still debate about the mechanism that causes hot flashes after menopause, but most experts believe it involves decreased estrogen production and its effects on the hypothalamus, notes Healthline. The... More »