HOT FLASH ASSOCIATED WITH MENOPAUSE
Hot flashes, also known as hot flushes, are a common symptom experienced by many women during menopause. They are characterized by sudden, intense feelings of heat, sweating, and flushing of the skin. Research on hot flashes during menopause has been ongoing for several years, and various studies have aimed to better understand their causes, triggers, and effective management strategies. Here are some key findings and areas of study related to hot flashes and menopause: Ormal Changes, Neurotransmitters, and lifestyle factor.
The study duration will encompass 42 weeks of virtual participation and an additional 52 weeks of on-site involvement. This research is exclusive to individuals who were assigned female at birth and fall within the age range of 40 to 75 years.