Women with hot flashes during menopause may be at risk of developing heart disease. This presentation will explore the link between hot flashes and heart health. 

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Hot flashes are sudden, intense feelings of heat accompanied by sweating and flushing. Hot flashes during menopause can also occur in younger women due to certain medical conditions.

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Studies have shown that women who experience hot flashes are more likely to develop heart disease. Hot flashes are a sign of changes in the blood vessels that can lead to cardiovascular disease.

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Hormonal changes during menopause are thought to contribute to the health of the cardiovascular system. Decreased estrogen levels can increase cholesterol levels and eventually lead to heart disease. 

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Women who experience hot flashes can take steps to reduce their risk of heart disease. Lifestyle changes such as a healthy diet and regular exercise can help. Do consult a healthcare provider.

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