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Originally posted by CherryDuck
reply to post by BorgHoffen
No, it didn't smell, so i have completely rulled out wetting the bed (in that sense). I've seen doco's about sleep walking and living as well, and it may have happened. I just find it interesting that it's only started now, and nothing has happened like that since. Thanks alot for your input. I'm going to try and film one night to see if either of us do anything weird.
Doctors in primary care fields of medicine often hear their patients complain of night sweats. Night sweats refer to any excess sweating occurring during the night. However, if your bedroom is unusually hot or you are using too many bedclothes, you may begin to sweat during sleep - and this is normal. In order to distinguish night sweats that arise from medical causes from those that occur because one's surroundings are too warm, doctors generally refer to true night sweats as severe hot flashes occurring at night that can drench sleepwear and sheets, which are not related to an overheated environment.
In one study of 2267 patients visiting a primary care physician, 41% reported experiencing night sweats during the previous month, so the perception of excessive sweating at night is fairly common. It is important to note that flushing (a warmth and redness of the face or trunk) may also be hard to distinguish from true night sweats.
Source : MedicineNet.Com