vanessab: How come my husband sweats so much during the night?
It has nothing to do with us having sex. Every morning when my husband wakes up he is drentched in sweat. The sheets are noticably wet. It’s not hot in the room at all.
He is a 28 year old healthy male. Non-smoker and very atheletic.
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Answer by Erin J
Will he sweat even if he has a light sheet over him? Has he had any other symptoms like weight loss, fever, itchiness, or fatigue? He might want to go see his doctor. Sometimes these kinds of things are normal, but sometimes they can be the symptoms of other diseases, e.g. lymphoma.
Normal. Different individuals often have much varying comfort levels, as far has temperature and such goes. You might be comfortably warm, he might be soaking at that temp. You’ll have to figure out a compromise where you’re both comfortable.
(I like to sleep in the cold, if at all possible with an open window nearby; the wife likes it balmy but not stuffy…so yeah, compromising it is)Answer by capnjfmcg
Stress can cause this as well as a hormonal buildup in his body.Answer by Kojak
He could be having bad dreams.Answer by aowaowaow
Just make sure you prepare enough water in order to prevent dehydration.
Sweating is healthy sign, but over-sweating really marks as a bad sign.Answer by Kenneth
I agree with erin, yr husband has severe internal symptoms is.This may due to high metabolic rate and cause sweating. Some factors such as the room condition of yr room and also may due to the material of the bedding and his pajamas. I hv experienced that before my bed sheet kinda rough and i feel uncomfortable as the next day i saw my neck was full of sweat. Bt sweat is good as to cool off yr body and increase the rate of evaporation. Bt excessive sweat then……Answer by RBLee
Consider having him tested for Valley Fever.Answer by sirknightbyron
metabolism, means his internal rate of burning energy is high,
could be from:
* toxins in the environment where he works/lives
* vitamin C
* excessive exercise (creates more oxidation in body)
* hot peppers/hot spices
* cut down on the vitamins
* drink more water
* no caffeine
Have him see a doctor.