Get Support | Night Sweats

Waking up with damp sheets? Night sweats are a common symptom of overheating that often occurs during menopause and can be triggered by hormonal fluctuations, physiological changes and other environmental factors. Unlike a hot flash, night sweats occur only at night and include periods of intense sweating, which can amplify sleep problems and may exacerbate other menopausal symptoms.

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Here are some lifestyle changes that can assist with symptom support of night sweats and address underlying issues:

• Optimize your sleep environment
• Wear lightweight, breathable fabric layers to make it easier to adjust clothing and manage fluctuations in body temperature
• Stay cool with proper air circulation at home
• Stay hydrated, sipping cool water to help regulate your body temperature
• Practice relaxation techniques such as deep breathing exercises or meditation
• Avoid dietary triggers
• Explore options for additional professional healthcare support

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