Homoeopathic Treatment for Night sweats

Night sweats are repeated episodes of extreme perspiration that may soak nightclothes or bedding and are related to an underlying medical condition or illness.

someone may occasionally awaken after having perspired excessively, particularly if they are sleeping under too many blankets or if bedroom is too warm. Although uncomfortable, these episodes are usually not labeled as night sweats and typically aren't a sign of a medical problem.

In general, night sweats are also associated with fever, weight loss, localized pain, cough, diarrhea, or other symptoms of concern.

Night sweats is another term for excessive perspiration or sweating at night. They’re an uncomfortable part of life for many people.

While night sweats are a common symptom of menopause, they can also be caused by some medical conditions and certain medications. In most cases, night sweats aren’t a serious symptom.



Night sweats are a common side effect of many medications, such as:

  1. Depression medications (antidepressants)
  2. Drugs used to treat diabetes (if the level of sugar in your blood gets too low) (hypoglycemic agents)Uploaded Image
  3. Hormone-blocking drugs used to treat certain cancers (hormone therapy)

Many women experience hot flashes and night sweats during menopause.

Night sweats can also be caused by other medical conditions, such as:

  • infections, like tuberculosis or HIV
  • cancer, such as leukemia or lymphoma
  • congestive heart failure

Consuming too much caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, or certain illicit drugs can also cause night sweats.

  • Some causes of night sweats can be prevented. To lower risk of experiencing night sweats:
  • limit your consumption of alcohol and caffeine
  • avoid using tobacco and illegal drugs
  • keep your bedroom at a comfortable temperature, cooler at night than during the day
  • don’t exercise, eat spicy foods, or consume warm drinks too close to bedtime
  • get prompt medical attention if you suspect you have an infection or other illness
  • Ask your doctor for more information about your specific condition, treatment options, and strategies to prevent night sweats.