Night sweats in women and in men is very common. Whole most clinical cases of sleep hyperhidrosis have an underlying illness, recent surveys indicate that most people who complain about this condition are not really suffering from a clinical case of it.
Instead, the excessive perspiration is caused by the sleep environment and can be significantly reduced with the right kind of sleepwear or bedding. So sleeping in the right pajamas may be more important than you realize for many people struggling through damp nights, not only for adults but also for children.
Whether you’re here because of a medical condition or you’re desperately fighting off hot flashes, I hope to provide you some useful tips on finding the best brand and style of night sweats sleepwear to help you achieve a good night’s sleep. Continue reading
Night sweats in women are most common during the transition to menopause, but menopause occurs slightly differently from one women to the next. Some women start later than others, and the transition into this phase of life is longer for some women. This means that some women may still be experiencing those perimenopausal symptoms after the age of 60.
However menopause isn’t the only thing that can cause this uncomfortable symptom in women over 60. Sometimes the cause can be as simple as a room that is too warm or a nighttime habit that is triggering the sweating at night. On the other hand this can be a symptom of a medical condition. It is important to talk to your doctor about any concerns and to find a treatment that can provide relief. Fortunately there are some other steps you can take to reduce the discomfort of these disruptive night sweats. Continue reading
You’ll know it’s time to look for menopause night sweats treatment when the bedding, you and your night clothes so wet from menopause night sweats that trying to go back to sleep will be impossible, or will getting up and changing the sheets and your clothes so wake you up that you won’t be able to go back to sleep anyway. It can be very frustrating and it certainly is a reasonable motivation for seeking an effective treatment.
One of the most common symptoms of menopause is hot flashes. Hot flashes can occur at any time and are caused by the changes in the bodies hormone production. Hot flashes will typically make you feel hot, which can be fairly mild, to actually becoming hot and sweaty. You might feel the need to take off a layer of clothing, even when everyone else around you is completely comfortable. Most of the time, hot flashes are short in duration, lasting only a few minutes. However, they can last for as much as 30 minutes. When hot flashes occur at night, it leads to night sweats. The combination of the hot flash with covered with both pajamas and bedding leads to sweating while sleeping. Continue reading