Many people have trouble sleeping at night because of heavy sweating. This could be due to various reasons, but for most people it is caused by the way you breathe during sleep. Many people wake up in the middle of the night and can’t get back to sleep as a result. If you are waking up at times because your breathing disturbs your sleep, then this article will help explain what causes heavy sweating at night and how to fix it.
The first thing we need to do before we look into fixing heavy sweating at night is find out more about what causes excessive perspiration or even excessive sweat itself: why does my face feel so wet and clammy? Why am I constantly dripping with sweat? The reason many people experience these problems is that they aren’t able to control their body temperature through their metabolism on a regular basis throughout the day (or evening if you like). It’s no good having an efficient metabolism if all you do is eat very little food & burn off huge amounts of energy during exercise; otherwise known as being ‘in shape’.
We really want our bodies’ metabolic rate (how fast they burn calories) to remain efficient throughout the day/evening, not just when we’re exercising hard like runners or weightlifters etc.. So let’s take a closer look into what our bodies actually looks like over time: How much fat we carry around, how active we’ve been & whether there has been any significant changes in our lifestyle – such as diet