Always Sweat Even If You Sleep In An Air-conditioned Room?
I am 42 years old, sleeping for a year and I always sweat even though I am in an AC room. What symptoms do I have? I happen to have gone through menopause for a long time.
Thank you for the question.
Women who are menopausal, because of the influence of hormones in their bodies, are more easily feel hot, excessive heat, and sweat more, even though not in a hot environment. In addition, during menopause you also often experience fatigue, mood swings, sleep disorders, changes in appetite, decreased libido, vaginal atrophy, dull skin, and many other complaints.
In addition to hormonal factors, frequent sweating during sleep can also be caused by the use of tight clothing or heat, overeating before going to sleep, experiencing excessive fear or anxiety, also after exercising or strenuous activities. It is also possible that frequent sweating signifies a disease, such as hyperthyroidism, viral or bacterial infection, malignant tumors, heart problems, immune disorders (for example due to rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, inflammation of the intestine), autonomic nerve disorders, drug side effects, and so on.
If your complaint does not appear accompanied by another complaint that is more severe, often this condition is not dangerous. The following steps can be done so that complaints improve:
Use clothes that are cool, absorb sweat, not tight
Before going to sleep, make yourself more relaxed, multiply meditation
Avoid excessive anxiety and panic
Live a healthy diet
Improve ventilation of your living environment
If in a long time your complaint does not also improve, or other complaints appear more severe, such as palpitations, weakness, fever, weakness, weight drops dramatically, tremors, and so on, it is good to check yourself directly to the doctor or internist in order to further treatment is given ..
I hope this helps.