Night Sweats Other Causes


Medications
Some medications can have side effects some of which can be nightsweats, it is worth checking with your doctor to see if any medications could be causing your night sweats.

Kidney Imbalance
Can be a cause of night sweats, It is important to see a medical professional to understand your personal issue. Emotional wellbeing is essential so you may need help to control anger and frustration in your life.

Cancer
Night sweats can be an early symptom of some cancers. Lymphoma is the one that is associated with night sweats. There are usually other symptoms such as weight loss and fevers.

Neurological conditions
It is quite uncommon however sometimes after stroke or neuropathy can lead to night sweats.

Infections
TB or tuberculosis is most commonly connected to having night sweats. Although infections such as the AIDS virus, inflammation of the heart valves or bacterial infections can cause night sweats.

Hormone Imbalance
Sweating or hot flushing can be seen with several hormone disorders, including pheochromocytoma, carcinoid syndrome, and hyperthyroidism.

Idiopathic hyperhidrosis
This is when the body just produces too much sweat without any identifiable reason.



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