Thanks for writing in.
What you could be experiencing are just hot flushes which is common in women after menopause
. Other causes could be hyperthyroidism
( which is unlikely since I do not think you have any other symptoms). Hot flushes would mean like a feeling of warmth which spreads through the body but is felt most strongly in the head and neck region.
This is usually treated by hormone replacement therapy
which can be given orally or in the form of patch. Since this treatment has several side effects like heart attacks, stroke and breast cancer
, I would suggest that if you need to take treatment , do so for the least possible time at the smallest possible dose.
Other drugs for this include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, clonidine and gabapentin
have also proven to be useful. These are prescription drugs and I would suggest that you see a gynaecologist for the same.
Hope this helps.