Causes Of Non-Menopausal Hot Flashes

August 30, 2016  |  
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There’s good news and bad news about hot flashes. The good news? Just because you have hot flashes doesn’t mean that you’re going into menopause. The bad news? You can have hot flashes at almost any time in your life. I know you probably thought you were clear of those for as long as you still have your period, but the female body is a sensitive thing. Both men and women have hormones, but it seems like they wreak far more havoc on us women. They can drastically alter our moods to a point where we don’t even recognize ourselves, lead to a weird hue on the skin of certain parts of our body, and they can cause us to be too damn hot when nobody else in the room is dropping any sweat. Fortunately, you can usually pinpoint the cause of non-menopausal hot flashes.

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