Just above your collarbone, at the bottom of your neck, is your. ItБs a butterfly-shaped gland that controls things like how fast your
beats and how quickly you burn off calories. It releases hormones to help regulate your bodyБs (all the things your body does to turn food into energy and keep you going). If you have, it means your is overactive and produces too much of a called. It can significantly speed up your and cause unpleasant symptoms. How Do I Know if I Have Hyperthyroidism? Feeling nervous, anxious, or irritable An enlarged ( ). This can make the base of your neck look swollen. Fast or or (pounding in your Increased frequency in your Thinning Changes in your These are less likely to show up if youБre an older adult, but sometimes there will be subtle symptoms. These can include a faster or you could be more sensitive to hot temperatures. Or you could just feel more tired than usual from everyday activities.
Certain medicines can cover up the signs of hyperthyroidism. If you take to treat or another condition, you might not know you have it. Be sure your doctor knows about all the you take. When you first get hyperthyroidism, you may feel very energetic. This is because your is sped up. But over time, this increase in your can break your body down, and cause you to feel tired. Usually, hyperthyroidism develops slowly over time, but if youБre young when you get it, the symptoms might come on suddenly. The most common cause of hyperthyroidism is an disorder called GravesБ disease. ItБs more likely to affect women under the age of 40. In addition to the other symptoms of hyperthyroidism, about 30% of people with GravesБ disease develop a condition called GravesБ ophthalmopathy. It affects your and, including the muscles and tissues around them.
You may experience: Bulging of your A gritty feeling or pain/pressure in your Redness or or loss of Sometimes people with GravesБ disease also develop a symptom called GravesБ dermopathy, but this is rarer. It involves redness and thickening of your skin, usually on the tops of your feet or your shins. б 2017 WebMD, LLC. All rights reserved. Sweating at night can be embarrassing and uncomfortable. It can also lead to an awful lot of laundry days for all those sweat-drenched clothes. So why do some people tend to sweat during the night? LetБs start with the basics. Sweating is our bodiesБ natural way to cool us down and prevent overheating. There are many possible causes of sweating at night, some more serious than others. Moderate and/or not sweating every night If you moderately sweat during the night, it may simply be a sign that your sleeping environment is too warm.
Lower the temperature in your room at night or the temperature of your bed with the Eight app. The ideal bedroom temperature is 65-68 degrees fahrenheit. Opening the windows for a breeze if you donБt suffer from allergies or turning a fan on could also help alleviate some sweat. б One major culprit to bed-sweaters is the mattress youБre sleeping on. Certain designs trap in heat and moisture, which prevents your body from regulating its temperature like it wants to. Sleeping hot is one of the biggest complaints from memory foam mattresses, which is why we created something better. The Eight Smart Mattress consists four layers of high-density foam. Our top layer features a 2Б reactive foam designed to increase breathability and circulation. The result is a cool and comfortable mattress for you to sleep on all summer long. б ООThey are crispy and airy, which is perfect for keeping you cool. б Applying deodorant before bed can also aid in reducing sweat at night.
Since sweating is our bodiesБ way of telling us weБre getting too hot, make sure to drink a glass of water before bed. Besides a high room temperature, a number of medications also have side effects that include sweating at night, so make sure to read the label on your pills. Additionally, low blood sugar can cause sweating at night. Excessive sweating nightly or almost every night If you find yourself sweating excessively every night, then it could be a sign of something more serious like tuberculosis, HIV, or sleep apnea among other things. Menopause and pregnancy can also cause women to sweat excessively during the night. Consult your doctor for treatment options. You can try our Eight Smart Mattress for 108 nights to see for yourself how cool it sleeps.