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Postby OldToeSave » 14 Dec 2004, 14:31

Anyone else experience this? I wake up in the middle of the night just soaked. It doesn't matter how warm or cool the evening is either. And I only experience this in Taiwan.

What's up with dat?
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Postby Chewycorns » 14 Dec 2004, 14:41

A wet dream?

Seriously, it could be a kidney or liver problem. I would go for liver function test just to be safe, and get a urine test while you are at it.

Or it could just be the beginning of a
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Postby bababa » 14 Dec 2004, 14:50

Hot flashes (or are you a man?)
It's also a symptom of AIDS.
More simply, it seems that people who grew up in a dryer environment have trouble adjusting to the higher humidity here, and so feel too hot in an environment of 20 C, and too cold at 18. (or whatever degree would feel good at home.)
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Postby panda » 14 Dec 2004, 15:15

Alot of times when you start to sweat for no reason, it means your
body is fighting an imminent cold or flu.
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Postby Lord Lucan » 14 Dec 2004, 15:38

Cotton clothes and cotton sheets and a dehumidifier might help. Otherwise you're getting the cold.
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Postby Elegua » 14 Dec 2004, 16:17

Clear your conscience
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Postby OldToeSave » 14 Dec 2004, 16:18

Chewycorns wrote:A wet dream?

Seriously, it could be a kidney or liver problem. I would go for liver function test just to be safe, and get a urine test while you are at it.

Or it could just be the beginning of a
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Postby jlick » 14 Dec 2004, 18:58

Yeah, you definitely should try sleeping without the silk sheets to see if that's the problem. Silk breaths very poorly compared to cotton, so all that heat and perspiration builds up over the several hours you're in bed.
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Postby rantheman » 15 Dec 2004, 08:56

toe save,
do you snore? snorers struggle during the night and sweat a lot.
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Postby Shin-Gua » 15 Dec 2004, 10:47

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