When it comes to night sweats women tend to be at the greatest risk of experiencing them at some point in their life, if not a couple of times. Menopause is probably one of the most common causes of this condition in women, but a close second is pregnancy. During pregnancy a woman’s body goes through a wide variety of changes, many of which are triggered by hormonal fluctuations. These changes in hormone levels can cause all sorts of side effects including night sweats during pregnancy.
During pregnancy a woman needs to be more careful about treating this condition. Some of the remedies menopausal women use to treat this sweating aren’t recommended for women who are pregnant. There are some other options though. Continue reading
Menopause can be a difficult time for a lot of reasons, but for many women the greatest difficulty lies in enduring the symptoms that often come with this change of life. To help reduce these symptoms more and more women are turning to natural remedies for night sweats, hot flashes and the other menopause symptoms they are experiencing. Luckily there are a few different natural remedies that can help reduce the occurrence and the severity of these unpleasant bursts of sweating.
Even though science hasn’t been able to fully back the effectiveness of some of these natural remedies for menopause symptoms, many women swear by them. The good news is that most of these herbal remedies are pretty safe so if other methods have failed you or if you want to try the natural route first, there are some options that seem to work. Here are some of the most commonly used natural treatments for hot flashes and night sweats. Continue reading
Sweating is natural, but sweating too much at night while you are trying to sleep can be very disruptive and frustrating. If you know the sweating isn’t caused by a health condition and you’ve tried making environmental changes you might be ready to move on to some natural remedies for night sweats in men.
Most of the natural remedies for night sweats that you’ll find are for night sweats in women, more specifically remedies to help treat those caused by menopause, but there are some herbal treatment options for men too. Keep in mind many of these treatments aren’t scientifically proven, but some people have gotten relief from using them. In most cases these treatments have relatively few side effects, but it is good to check with your doctor before taking them to make sure they won’t interfere with any of your medications.
Natural remedies are an additional tool you can use to help you stop sweating at night and start getting better sleep so you can get back to feeling like yourself. Here are some of the more popular night sweats remedies for men. Continue reading