- What Is Sleep Hyperhidrosis?
- What Causes Night Sweats?
- Night Sweats In Men
- Night Sweats In Women
- Night Sweats In Children
- Night Sweats Treatment
I discovered several things to help me, both in terms of diet and supplements as well as cool products to wear or to use while I fought my sweating while sleeping. With this site, I hope to share with you what really worked for me and hopefully save you some of the time and money I wasted.
- Idiopathic Hyperhidrosis, known as Nocturnal Hyperhidrosis when it occurs while sleeping.
- Diet and Personal Habits
- Certain foods and food allergies
- High Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure and Heart Conditions
- Caffeine, Alcohol (especially Alcohol Withdrawal), Drugs and Smoking (Nicotine)
- Menopause Night Sweats and Andropause Night Sweats
- Diabetes Insipidus (Type I Diabetes or Type II Diabetes) and Hypoglycemia (low blood glucose)
- Arthritis, especially Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
- Sleep Apnea
- Infectious Diseases, including HIV and AIDS
- Stress and Anxiety
- Chronic Pain
- Psychological and Neurological Conditions (sometimes cause cold sweats)
- Specific neurologic conditions may cause severe night sweats, includingAutonomic neuropathy, autonomic dysreflexia, and post-traumatic syringomyelia.
- GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease), Heartburn or Barrett’s Esophagus
- Any Inflammation, but especially Endocarditis (inflammation of the inner heart valves)
- Medicines, especially antipyretic medicines like acetaminophen (Tylenol) and aspirin.
- Prescription medications, especially antibiotics, mental health medications like Seroquel and other antidepressant medications, may manifest night sweating as a side-effect.
- Uncommon but serious conditions, such as Cancer, especially Lymphoma(Hodgin’s Disease or Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma). In fact, one of the most common symptoms of lymphoma is severe night sweating.