Hyperhidrosis — excessive sweating during sleep

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Sweating – a very common problem. The modern hectic lifestyle, poor environment, irregular diet and chronic diseases cause disruptions in the overall rhythm of the life of the organism. We did not sleep, suffer from mood swings, loss or gain of appetite, profuse sweating.

Sweating has a scientific name – hyperhidrosis. Doctors still have not found a single irrefutable reasons for this unpleasant phenomenon. People suffering from hyperhidrosis suffer from inconveniences – a constant correction of color and style of clothing, in order to wet spots in the armpit are not eclipsed when you’re away from home, the use of harmful anti-perspirant, frequent colds from hypothermia.

Hyperhidrosis

Most sweating observed in patients with vascular dystonia, nervous and mental disorders, flat feet, suffering from hormonal imbalance.

Profuse sweating during sleep

Sometimes people who do not suffer from daytime hyperhidrosis, sweating it hurts at night. It can be hot flashes or just feeling the heat continuously to further sweating in the armpits, neck, hands and feet. You can not think too much about these nocturnal attacks – but the night hyperhidrosis is alarming bell. In your body that something is not exactly in the order you need to analyze the state of health or to go with a problem to the doctor.

Profuse sweating, causes

Dystonia. This deviation from the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system, which causes a variety of symptoms, which include profuse sweating and night.
Hormonal disruptions. And not only young girls at puberty or middle-aged ladies when menopause occurs. Hormonal disruptions occur at any age and are caused by diseases of internal organs, chronic fatigue syndrome, encephalopathy, brain injuries, pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Diabetes. At night, diabetics suffer from the reduction in blood sugar levels that cause significant sweating.
Hypertension. Often a sharp increase in blood pressure occurs at night and is accompanied by excessive sweating.
Tuberculosis. Low-grade fever for a day (37 – 37.5 degrees) and profuse sweating at night – constant companions of this complex disease.
Nervous system disorders and psychological problems. Neuroses, depression, psychosis caused by night sweats, hot head and shortness of breath.

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