Night sweats are common, but this does not mean you have to put up with them. In this section we cover various different issues from menopause, hot flushes and night sweats and how to combat their symptoms.
Many of us will have experienced uncomfortable, sweaty nights that make it impossible to get a good night’s sleep. Have you ever questioned whether your bedding may be the culprit? Night sweats are very common. Both men and women suffer from them, but that doesn't...read more
Let's talk about the menopause. In this article, we will discuss the signs and symptoms of the menopause and its impact on your sleep. What is the menopause? The menopause is the time in a woman’s life when she stops producing eggs from her ovaries (ovulation) and...read more
What are night sweats? People who suffer from night sweats often wake up to find themselves and their bedclothes wet with sweat. Night sweats are very common in men (Night Sweats in Men: The Cause and Solution) and women, and are often a result of simply being too...read more
Night sweats in men are in fact very common, so there's no need to be alarmed if you are suffering from them during the night. What are male night sweats? Male night sweats create a feeling of intense heat or a slight chill, usually resulting in interrupted sleep. Why...read more
You may have experienced the unpleasant feeling of waking up in the middle of the night only to find that you, your bedding and your bedclothes are drenched in sweat. The medical term for this is Nocturnal Hyperhidrosis – meaning ‘night time excessive sweating’....read more
If you’re suffering from night sweats and frequently wake to find yourself and your bedding drenched in sweat, you may not necessarily need to rush to your local GP for prescribed medication. There are, in fact, several natural remedies you can try which are simple...read more
Waking up during the night to find yourself, your bed and your bed clothing drenched in sweat is an uncomfortable feeling. Sometimes, this can simply be caused by a warm evening and general overheating. However, if this happens frequently on cool evenings, you may be...read more