Hot Flash

What are Hot Flashes?

Hot flashes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause. Hot Flashes involve recurring episodes of sudden feelings of warmth which mostly occur over the face, neck, and chest, and may vary in frequency and intensity. Hot flashes are caused by hormonal changes of menopause. As your estrogen levels decrease, this has a direct effect on the part of your brain that controls your body temperature, appetite, sleep cycles, and sex hormones.

Symptoms of Hot Flashes include:

  • Sudden feeling of warmth through upper body and face
  • Redness of the skin on face, neck, and chest
  • Sweating
  • Rapid heartbeat

You may qualify to participate in this study if you meet the following:

  • 40-65 years of age
  • Experience frequent hot flashes

Participants in this study may receive:

  • Compensation up to $650
  • Study-related medications at no cost
  • Study-related visits and examinations at no cost

No health insurance is required to participate!

Interested in this study?