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The sudden feeling of warmth on the face, chest, neck, and other areas of the upper body is known as a hot flash. Hot flashes are often caused by menopause. Factors such as race, obesity, and smoking increase the risk of experiencing hot flashes. Treatment options include hormone therapy, antidepressants, and other prescription medications. Lifestyle changes such as keeping cool, avoiding spicy food, carbonated beverages, and alcohol, reducing stress, and quitting smoking can also help manage hot flashes.
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