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night sweat

[′nīt ‚swet]
(medicine)
Drenching perspiration occurring at night or during sleep in the course of certain febrile diseases.
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Part of my motivation was to develop a pajama to provide relief for my own menopausal related night sweats, a problem thousands of women could relate to.
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Before you decide to take hormones, I have some suggestions for reducing hot flashes and night sweats without them.
In total, 48% of all women reported symptoms of flushing and 35% reported symptoms of night sweats.
More worrying is that night sweats can be a rare symptom of a cancer, in particular lymphoma, a cancer of the immune system, another feature with this is likely to be weight loss.
AYou certainly sound as if you are experiencing typical symptoms of oestrogen deficiency, the trigger for menopausal symptoms, of which night sweats are among the most common.
If night sweats are keeping you awake then a market research company in West Yorkshire would like to hear from you.
My problem is that I do experience night sweats from time to time.
Sleep disturbances caused by night sweats or hot flashes are common in women of menopausal age.
Since starting on this pill, I have been having night sweats around my neck.
Lucille's background in naturopathic medicine leads her to offer tips about natural treatments for night sweats, hot flashes and fatigue.
As Claude explains to another character toward the end of the film, he is getting night sweats and is often tired.