Oh For A Comfortable Night’s Sleep During Night Sweats

sleepingAs women, we know that sooner or later, we are facing menopause.  With menopause come the hot flashes and night sweats.  There are the lucky few women who are never affected by these, but most of us are.

And, with chemotherapy, menopause is often a side effect.  For some, it goes away after treatment depending on your age.  For others, it continues.

Moisture wicking clothing will help, as the name suggests, wicks the sweat away from your body.  Another solution is to find bed linen (sheets, pillowcases, blankets) that regulate temperature keeping you cool.  Wouldn’t it be nice to not have to change sheets in the middle of the night?

The combination of wicking sleepwear and temperature regulating bed linens will help relieve the discomfort of the wet and damp allowing you to get a good night’s sleep – so needed for healing.

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