Head | - Others | Hot Flashes (Symptom)
Obochornos hot flashes (it's a feeling of warmth that spreads over the body it starts, and most strongly felt in the head and neck regions. Hot flashes are common symptoms experienced by a woman before, and during the early stages of menopause. However, not all women approaching menopause necessarily experience the hot flashes
Hot flashes are associated with the complex hormonal changes that accompany aging, including decreased levels of estrogen when a woman approaches menopause. A disorder in thermoregulation (body uses the methods to control and regulate body temperature) is responsible for the sensation of heat, to establish exact extent of changing hormone levels affect thermoregulation is not fully understood.
While hot flashes are considered to be a symptom of the transition to menopause, they can also occur in men as a result of some common medical condition that affects the process of thermo regulation.