How to Stop Sweating at Night

by Jason on August 3, 2009

sweating at night

You know the feeling. You wake in the middle of the night to discover the sheets are soaked with your sweat and your pillow is damp and cold from all your tossing and turning. It’s a pretty gross experience. Excessive sweating at night can be incredibly frustrating. If you’re anything like me, you probably strip down to your underwear and blast your ceiling fan (if you have one) in order to avoid the infamous night sweats. Sometimes that strategy works but a lot of times it’s just not enough to prevent the perspiration. If you have air conditioning, that’s certainly an alternative but wouldn’t it be nice to stay dry and comfortable without the high energy bill?

This article is going to show you the MOST effective way to finally stop sweating at night, once and for all without turning your thermostat down to 68 degrees. This little secret will have you sleeping cool and comfortably in no time. Let’s get right to it shall we?

First off, you should know that you’re in good company. Sweating at night is way more common a problem than you may know. The condition becomes prevalent when your body is unable to cool itself using three conventional methods. When you perspire while sleeping, it’s because your body is using sweat as a last ditch effort to cool you in your sleep to avoid overheating.

Prior to that, your body will use any of the three following mechanisms to control the body heat.

Radiation – your body will radiate the heat (kind of like an oven) in order to cool your internal temperature. Your bed absorbs that radiation. So basically, you’re lying in bed, surrounded by material and that material is also absorbing your body heat.

Conduction – this is the heat that you feel when you touch the source of radiant heat. This plays two parts in your body’s cooling function. Heat is passed from your body to surrounding material using conduction and additionally, cool materials transfer cool temperature to your body to lower the internal temperature. I’m should you’re familiar with this whenever you flip your pillow so your head is lying on the cool side. By the way, isn’t that the best?

Convection – this is where airflow carries the heat off your body and away, leaving you with a cooler temperature. You use this strategy to your advantage whenever you implement your ceiling fan or air conditioning. The biggest problem here is when you have the sheets covering your body. The air has nowhere to go so as your body radiates the heat, the space between the sheets heats up like a hot pocket. Hence, your sweating at night problem…no good!

A lot of people ask:

“Is something wrong with me? Aren’t there serious underlying medical conditions that cause sweating at night?”

Don’t get all worried here. Just because you’re sweating at night, it doesn’t necessarily mean there’s a serious health risk at play. Most commonly Hyperhidrosis, a condition that causes excessive sweating and Menopause in women are general culprits.

There are other potential causes of night sweating like fever, medications, infection, illness, hormonal changes, neurological problems and even scary stuff like cancer or hypoglycemia. Try not to become a hypochondriac about it though. More than likely, your body is simply overheating.

Regardless of the cause, the following method will cool you down without a doubt, guaranteed. And when I say guaranteed, I mean it. If you implement this technique there is absolutely no way your sweating at night will continue. It’s like hitting the “off” switch to your problem, allowing you to get the restful night’s sleep you desperately need.

The secret to ending the night sweats once and for all lies in the third strategy, convection…

If you’re like me, you either have a ceiling fan blasting down on you or you’ve got a standing fan blowing against you in the night. Unfortunately, this tactic will only work for so long. After a while, your body heat between the sheets will overwhelm the airflow and the sweat streams will be a-flowing before you know it.

What if you could channel the airflow of your fan between the sheets and create a cool tunnel of refreshing air throughout your bed while you rest in a breezy, blissful slumber?

Sound appealing? Of course it does!

So, here’s how you do it.

There’s a product available called, quite simply, “The Bedfan”. It’s an extremely narrow fan that slides unnoticeably from the foot of your bed through the front of the sheets. It’s super subtle so you don’t have to worry about it being an eyesore on your bed. You wouldn’t even know it was there unless you installed it yourself.

The fan blows air through the sheets onto your body, giving you a nice comfy climate to sleep in. Simply said, the Bedfan has CHANGED MY LIFE. You need to check it out and decide if this is your next step. I can positively say, if you’re suffering from sweating at night, this is a solution that will definitely work.

Check it out here —> The Bedfan

You can also watch a live demo of the Bedfan by CLICKING HERE

Take action and don’t live with the discomfort of night sweats any longer. The Bedfan is guaranteed to end your sweating from the first night you use it. Check it out now and don’t deny yourself a sound night’s sleep any longer. Take care!

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avatar ed September 3, 2009 at 5:55 pm

Very nice blog as usual.

I have 2 get one of these

avatar Jill November 28, 2009 at 10:55 pm

Interesting! I’ve never heard of that product before.

avatar sead March 2, 2010 at 1:52 pm

can you help me something about head and hand sweating plz?

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