An increased blood flow to the face, also known as facial flushing, can cause the face to feel hotter than usual, according to the New Health Guide. While facial flushing may be temporary due to emotional distress, it ca... More »

There can be many different causes for the face to feel hot or flushed, such as menopause, stress, extreme emotional states, medications, spicy foods, hot weather and alcohol consumption. There are also medical condition... More »

www.reference.com Health Pain & Symptoms

A hot and flushed face can be caused by spicy foods, rosacea and elevated emotional conditions. Flushing is a common response to stress, anxiety, anger and embarrassment, as stated by Healthline. More »

www.reference.com Health

Redness of the face, or facial flushing, can be caused by a skin condition, such as rosacea or lupus, reactions to skin products or makeup, or adult acne, according to WebMD. Women with symptoms of menopause, such as hot... More »

Consistent, excessive body heat can be attributed to several factors. The most notable factors include body metabolism, convection, conduction and radiation, according to the Chicago Tribune. More »

Some medical conditions associated with hot ears include eczema, tinnitus, earwax blockage, cellulitis, Meniere's disease, abscess and labyrinthitis. Some other possible causes include exposure to loud noise, aspirin poi... More »

There can be many different causes for the face to feel hot or flushed, such as menopause, stress, extreme emotional states, medications, spicy foods, hot weather and alcohol consumption. There are also medical condition... More »

www.reference.com Health Pain & Symptoms