Night Sweats Directory
Night sweats refer to excessive sweating while you sleep. The condition is also called sleep hyperhidrosis. If you have night sweats, your pajamas and bedsheets will be drenched. An overheated room can cause you to sweat a lot,but true night sweats are due to a medical condition or treatment and not your environment. Common causes of night sweats include menopause, infections such as tuberculosis, and cancers, including lymphoma. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the causes of night sweats, how to treat it, and much more.
8 Causes of Night Sweats Including Menopause
Besides menopause, what are other common causes of night sweats? Find out here.
HRT & Menopause: 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor
Hormone therapy can ease menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, mood swings, and vaginal dryness. But they’re not right for everyone. Find out more from WebMD.
Treatment of Menopause Symptoms
WebMD explains various treatments to alleviate menopause symptoms.
Sleep and Menopause
WebMD explains how menopause and symptoms of menopause like hot flashes can affect your sleep and what to do about it.
Is Soy a Remedy for Hot Flash Symptoms
Is soy the solution to this menopausal symptom?
The Change Before 'The Change'
Hot Flashes, Infertility, Happen Earlier Than You'd Expect
Too Young for Menopause
What causes premature menopause and what can you do? Get information about early menopause here.
Women, Hormones, and Sleep Problems
Women are much more likely to report sleep problems, and hormones may be the reason. Hormonal changes can wreak havoc on sleep.