How To Deal With Night Sweats

How To Deal With Night Sweats

If you are experiencing night sweats, don’t fear! There are ways that you can accommodate this condition. There are many reasons that one may be experiencing night sweats. These reasons include but are not limited to the following: Menopause, Hormonal changes, Hyperthyroidism, Idiopathic hyperhidrosis, Hypoglycemia –  Low Blood Sugar, Stress or Anxiety, Nightmares or Night Terrors, Infections or Illness, or Medications you may be taking. Being that there are so many reasons you could have night sweats, it’s important to discuss possible reasons with a DR to narrow the reasons down.

There are several ways to deal with these night sweats. First you should make sure you don’t wear heavy fabrics. Stick to lighter fabric like cotton, not only for your PJs but for your sheets as well. Alcohol can also increase the incidence of night sweats, so if night sweats  are frequent you should avoid alcohol. Staying hydrated will help replace the liquid you lose when you sweat. Also trying to meditate and destress prior to bedtime will help as stress can increase night sweats. Perhaps one of the easiest and most obvious accommodations is to check your room temperature. Do you need to lower it? Is the air on or window open? All of the above are ways to accommodate living through night sweats.

Key Points:

  • 1The environment, your health and the room temperature can all contribute to night sweats.
  • 2Small yet effective changes can help with night sweat problems.
  • 3Avoid alcohol and stay hydrated.


Night sweats, also known as hyperhidrosis, occur when your body sweats more than necessary. This can be caused by both hot flashes and cold sweats, and can each occur for various reasons.

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