If you're feeling hot, it's usually either due to the environment, or something simple, like the common cold. Your thyroid can also play a role in how hot or cold you feel. Others tend to feel hot all the time — no matter the temperature. This has a lot to do with preference, what they like to wear, bodily factors, etc. As Myra says, in " pre-menopause and menopause hot flashes are due to decreased levels of estrogen in the body. But it can also occur in women younger than 40, in what's known as pre-menopause.
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