When you begin isolating night sweats in men over 50 from those that may occur at any other age, you may want to start by looking into the possibility of andropause. Because the medical community still hasn’t agreed on whether or not this condition really exists much less how to diagnose it, andropause still isn’t at the front of many minds as a possible cause of night sweats.
In addition, you have to face the reality of aging. Certain conditions become more likely as we age, so we have to consider our greater susceptibility to these conditions as we grow… wiser. Menopause night sweats are covered far more often, but the sweating men may endure as a result of aging also need to be considered.
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Delineating the difference between night sweats in men under 30 and those that occur in men of any age can be a little tricky. For this article, I tried to isolate and focus on causes most likely to be somewhat unique to the age group. I urge you to consider the whole spectrum of possibilities before making any assumptions.
As is often the case with night sweats, either in women or in men, we still have to look at common variables like medications, stress, diet and exercise as a means to deduce the source of your difficulty. But there are some other potential causes that are a bit more exclusive to this age group. While you may not be able to identify and diagnose the source right away, you still need to try to get a good night’s rest as soon as you can. Without good sleep, your problems may just snowball and make it even more difficult to isolate your symptoms in manageable manner. Continue reading
While night sweats in men and in women may have different causes, ultimately this condition affects your ability to live a healthy life with full physical and mental capability. So don’t underestimate the importance of finding the origin of this problem as well as the importance of proactively seeking an appropriate treatment so you can find some relief and start sleeping better again.
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Night sweats and diabetes are often linked together. People with either type I or type II diabetes can experience low blood sugar levels during the night that cause a number of symptoms including night sweats. Some people experience traditional or cold night sweats with weakness, anxiety or a disoriented feeling. This can be very disruptive if it happens on a regular basis and it can leave the person short of sleep and make functioning more difficult. The good news is there are some things that can help reduce the chances of experiencing this sweating at night due to diabetes.
Keeping blood sugars stable throughout the night will help reduce sweating at night and waking up in sweat drenched bedding and night ware. There are a few different things that can help keep blood sugar levels more stable at night and reduce the chances of hypoglycemia. Eating a light snack before going to bed can help stabilize blood sugar levels through the night. It is best to choose something that will help keep blood sugar levels even and not cause a spike in blood sugar right before bed. Continue reading
Sweating at night can be more than uncomfortable, it can also seriously disrupt your sleep, and when night sweats occur regularly they can become both emotionally and physically challenging. Understanding the most common night sweats symptoms and knowing how to tell if they may be caused by environmental factors or a medical condition may be the first step towards finding relief.
In many cases night sweats are simply caused by environmental factors including a warm room, too many covers or non-breathable night ware, but there are many other conditions that can cause this symptom including anything from stress to a medical condition. In most cases environmental factors will cause you to slowly become warmer throughout the night, whereas a medical condition will cause more sudden and severe night sweats that may result in sweat soaked night ware and bedding. Continue reading
Children tend to sweat more at night when they are in a deep sleep, which is a higher percentage of the night for them. Since their bodies aren’t fully developed or mature yet their temperature regulation and sweat glands aren’t the same as adults. Add that to a heavy pair of pajamas, a warm room or too many blankets and you the chances of sweating while sleeping are even greater.
If you adjust the environmental factors but your child is still sweating excessively at night or if you notice any other symptoms along with this it is important to check with your pediatrician to make sure there isn’t another issue that needs to be addressed. In most cases night sweats in children isn’t something to be too concerned about, but you should still monitor the frequency and severity of the sweating. While there are many harmless causes, this can also be a sign of a medical condition. Continue reading