Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 6th, 1999
The mechanisms for hot flashes are not clear. They are similar, however, to heat dissipation responses, and a woman's interthreshold (the null zone between her sweating threshold and her shivering threshold) may play a role in this menopausal symptom, say researchers Robert K. Freedman PhD, and Willane Krell, MD, of Wayne State University School of Medicine, Michigan.
"Menopausal hot flashes may be triggered by small elevations in body temperature acting within a reduced...
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