Sweating Out When Going To Sleep?
Hello, I’m hendi, I want to ask, in three days I often sweat a lot in my chest, neck and head, when I want to sleep or have slept and also like to wake up at night, when I want to sleep in again, my eyes are reverent but my mind like where, is this due to my stomach relapsing again or what? The thing is that at the solar plexus feels magnificent or bloated and it feels like to burp, then after lunch after eating the body lemes … sleepy, heavy, if working hard, but it’s hard to sleep …
Walaikum Salam. Hello, good morning Hendy ...
Sweating is a natural process for the body to adjust body temperature to the surrounding environment. Sweating can occur when someone is doing heavy physical activity, consuming spicy food, fever, or when feeling certain emotions such as anger, nervousness, fear, and so on. Need to be ascertained in advance whether you experience excessive sweating due to temperature or hot weather in your residence and whether you wear clothes that are too thick when going to sleep? If so, then the possibility of excessive sweating that you blessed has nothing to do with certain diseases. However, if the temperature of your residence is not hot and you also wear sleepwear that suits the weather but you still experience excessive sweating, it is necessary to think about certain diseases, such as:
tuberculosis (TB). Although patients who experience TB often complain of night sweats, this complaint is not the only symptom of tuberculosis and not everyone who sweats at night must have had tuberculosis. Another common symptom experienced by tuberculosis sufferers is a long cough more than 2 weeks accompanied by fever that fluctuates without apparent cause for more than 2 weeks, drastic weight loss, and so on. hyperthyroid disease (excess thyroid hormone) anxiety disorder, which makes a person become overly worried about something so that the person has a sleep disorder and often sweats out due to excessive anxiety and others Regarding whether your complaint has something to do with stomach disease, this is indeed can happen. In gastric ailments, for example gastric ulcer, patients with ulcers can wake up at night due to severe pain in the stomach (solar plexus). The pain can make the person sweat excessively. In addition to gastric acid disease (GERD) can also occur similar complaints, with symptoms such as flatulence, often belching, the chest feels hot, the throat feels hot or bitter, and so on.
To ascertain the cause of your complaint, we suggest that you see a doctor (more specifically a doctor of internal medicine) to undergo further examination. The doctor will conduct a question and answer around complaints, conduct a physical examination, and if needed the doctor will suggest additional examinations such as drah lab examinations, x-rays, endoscopy, and so on.
That's all, hopefully it helps ..