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Sweating In Sleep

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I am 18 yrs old and all of a sudden I’ve been sweating in my sleep? Like every single time I go to sleep does anyone else have this problem?

posted July 14, 2019 (edited)
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Unfortunately it is a symptom of Fibromyalgia I sweat in bed every night my bed T-shirts are drenched at times.

Also sweat during the day as well Winter and Summer, frustrating especially if I want to wear makeup. My body temperature is out of control.

Other than using fans and I use Towels on Top of the sheets and sleep on them. What is worse for me is my sweat is a brown colour because I have to take iron tablets because I have iron deficiency anaemia.

The brown stains my clothes and no stain remover will remove them.

Fibromyalgia has over 251 symptoms most people have at least 60 to 80


Blessings Gentle Hugs 💖💜💖

posted July 14, 2019
A MyFibroTeam Member

yes i wake up several times during the night covered in sweat. I just thought i was premenaposal. But every night its like this and i have a huge fan and a air conditioner blowing on me.

posted June 25, 2020
A MyFibroTeam Member

I’ve been having night sweats for a long time now and every night. I’m 67 and single and I dread the thought of meeting a special man and sleeping with him. I’m going to look for the weightless blankets I just read about. Hugs and good luck

posted April 8, 2020
A MyFibroTeam Member

Yep I do, all night. I find or should say I do sleep with a body pillow between my legs to keep them apart, it reduces the sweating. I can only sleep on my right/left side so I also need to keep my arms away from my torso due to the length of the body pillow between my legs it comes up my torso, one arm goes under my head pillow & the other is kept off my torso by the body pillow. I have a large ceiling fan, on all night summer & winter, what fun we all have....
take care everyone

posted October 25, 2019
A MyFibroTeam Member

@A MyFibroTeam Member

Rennie are a Peppermint tablet contains two naturally-occurring antacids called calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate which neutralise excess stomach acid by turning it into water & other natural substances.

Help with heartburn.

posted December 30, 2020

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