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What are hot flushes?​

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Non-Menopausal Hot Flushes​

Medication-induced hot flushes

Certain medications, such as antidepressants, opioids, and hormone treatments, can cause hot flushes as a side effect.​

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Anxiety or panic attacks

Intense emotions such as anxiety or panic can trigger hot flushes, leading to sudden feelings of heat, sweating, and discomfort.​

Menstrual cycle-related hot flushes

Some women may experience hot flushes as a symptom of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) or during certain phases of their menstrual cycle.

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Stress-induced hot flushes

Stressful situations or chronic stress can activate the body's fight-or-flight response, leading to hot flushes as part of the body's physiological reaction to perceived threats.​

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Certain medical conditions

Certain medical conditions such as hyperthyroidism, infections, hormonal imbalances, and neurological disorders can cause hot flushes as a symptom.​

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Illness or fever

Infections, fevers, and inflammatory conditions can cause hot flushes as the body's natural response to fighting off illness or infection.

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Food and drink triggers

Spicy foods, caffeine, alcohol, and hot beverages can sometimes trigger hot flushes in susceptible individuals.​

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