Stop Night Sweats

How To Reduce Night Sweats

  Night sweats are fairly common. If your bedroom is poorly ventilated, overheated or you are wearing synthetic pyjamas, this could be causing you to sweat at night. True night sweats are severe episodes of your body overheating at night that can drench your sheets without any influence from a heated environment.


Learning how to stop night sweats might be a bit tricky, especially if an underlying health condition is causing them.

If you experience persistent night sweats, it’s important to consult a qualified medical professional to evaluate if there is an underlying medical cause for your night sweats.

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In the meantime, there are things you can do to make bedtime more comfortable, including:

  • APPLY A STRONG DEODORANT BEFORE BED :Apply a deodorant from NIVEA's Stress Protect Range at night before, and again in the morning. This allows the active antiperspirant ingredients to develop overnight and build a strong level of protection for the day ahead. While the body is at rest, sweat glands are least active and so the skin is more receptive to deodorant.
  • COOL YOUR BEDROOM: Use a fan to circulate the air in your bedroom and maintain a moderate temperature.
  • DRESS SMART FOR BED: Wear loose fitting pajamas made of fabric that absorbs and evaporates moisture. Avoid clothing made of non-breathable synthetic fabrics that might encourage sweating at night.
  • UPGRADE YOUR SHEETS: Consider investing in some quick-drying, high-tech bedding. Research companies that make sheets specifically for night sweats.

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