What Causes Sweating In Sleep?

It is common for people to sweat in their sleep. It can be uncomfortable and embarrassing but it does not always need to be symptomatic of a serious medical condition. Sweating during the night may happen because:

a person has restless leg syndrome (RLS) – this is where you wake up feeling like your legs are moving or jiggling uncontrollably, which makes sleeping difficult; if you have RLS, try wearing an anti-restless legs brace at night;

– this is where you wake up feeling like your legs are moving or jiggling uncontrollably, which makes sleeping difficult; if you have RLS, try wearing an anti-restless legs brace at night; some people find that they cannot control their sweating no matter how much they will themselves to stop – this problem occurs when there is a malfunctioning part of the brain called ‘dopamine’ as a result of having Parkinson’s disease. This results in them being unable to control their body temperature as well as other symptoms such as shaking hands and difficulty walking too quickly or being very cold all the time. If they do not seek medical advice about these symptoms then doctors can suggest ways that help with controlling their nervous system dysfunction including taking certain medications available from pharmacies by prescription only), reassurance and education on relaxation techniques such as meditation etc.;

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