If you wake up in the middle of the night because of night sweats on a regular basis, you may be ready to try almost anything to help get relief. One option you may consider when you are looking for help is a cooling mattress pad. While there are a lot of innovative products on the market, including cooling pillows and fans for your bed, a cooling mattress pad provides full body relief, and in most cases this type of relief won’t disturb your sleeping partner.
Cooling mattress pads can be a great way to get relief from night sweats, but they are not all the same. They start from a basic mattress pad that is simply made with materials that will help dissipate your body heat, to gel cooling pads to full temperature control systems. Whether you are looking for something simple or more advanced here are some of options available to help you stop sweating while sleeping and to improve your quality of sleep. Continue reading
Your night sweats can be disruptive and uncomfortable when it comes to obtaining a healthy full night’s rest. If sleep hyperhidrosis is keeping you awake, you need to address your sleeping environment to troubleshoot the issue. One of the best ways to stay comfortable is to find proper bedding materials that will help wick away moisture while keeping your sleeping environment cool. As we develop a greater understanding of just how broadly the sleep hyperhidrosis phenomenon extends we will likely see more and more products to help us with our uncomfortably sticky nights.
Natural fibers like cotton, bamboo and linen breathe and allow moisture to pass through the material. Linen in particular is a great fiber to help control heat and moisture. You may even find specific night sweats sheets designed to wick away the moisture, a common phenomenon among pajama products targeting night sweats in women. Continue reading
While most people associate night sweats in women with menopause, night sweats in young women is not uncommon. There are a number of things that can cause night sweats in women under 30. Some of these things are simple and easy to treat while others may require more in depth diagnosis and treatment. In most cases, however, relatively simple treatments can be helpful in relieving the symptoms; or at least they can be helpful enough to sleep better at night.
Finding the cause will help you find an effective treatment so you can start sleeping better at night. Plus if the night sweats are a symptom of another health issue it is good to discover that sooner rather than later so you can start treating that issue. Here are some of the more common causes to consider as well as some possible treatment options. Continue reading
There are many possible causes of night sweats in women under 40 ranging from medical to lifestyle or environmental causes. Because night sweats in younger women is less common than it is for women transitioning to menopause it is often concerning, but don’t over worry about possible medical conditions until you rule out other possible causes first.
It is important to talk to your doctor if you are concerned about a medical condition or if you are experiencing other symptoms along with the sweating. In the meantime here are some of the more common causes as well as recommendations for things you can do on your own to get some relief and start sleeping better again. Continue reading
Do you just need a little night sweats relief? If you’re confident they don’t have a dire underlying cause but you still want help getting through the night, try these inexpensive and safe ways to get relief. Keep in mind you should always consult a physician about your night sweats causes before trying to treat them with simple herbal remedies. To stop night sweats, you first need to understand their origin.
There are three components to an effective tea for helping sleep and minimizing your night sweating. First, you want to integrate chamomile. Chamomile relaxes and calms your nerves. Second, you want your tea to feature a a robust helping of sage. Sage can help reduce your body temperature and it calms the nerve endings that my trigger night sweats. And third, you want to prepare your tea fresh the day you decide to drink it, but brew it Continue reading