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    It's only just occurred to me that perhaps this is our bodies' way of protecting us from the cold as we lay inactive at night. Such a simple theory, I don't know how I didn't think of it. Anyway I can relax, I'm not catching a fever if all these fine folks in this thread are all experiencing it.


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    Wow! Thanks so much for sharing this gang! There have been some nights where I wake up absolutely soaked and wondering what in the world was wrong with me.


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    I did a really hard bicycle ride the other day and I was so hot that night it kept waking me up. For me it happens when I work out hard and I've always thought it was my body building itself back up. I usually feel really good the next day. It also seems to make me leaner too.


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    Pretty sure that sweating is the bodies way of cooling down. Not warming up.


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    Thanks for the nice post..yeah it's all about menopause..it is mainly called as night sweat and i should probably think that it is menopause..
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexdarwin25 View Post
    Thanks for the nice post..yeah it's all about menopause..it is mainly called as night sweat and i should probably think that it is menopause..
    Being a guy... I guess I should start worrying then.

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    I have noticed this, as well as when I'm sleeping at night, I don't want the covers on me because I get too hot. I used to sleep with a thick comforter on me, now it's just a sheet and sometimes a thin blanket.

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    The first week that I was eating Primal, I couldn't sleep because I was so hot.
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    Yes... the first couple of months after going primal, I'd wake up completely soaked in sweat. It was strange, but glad I'm not the only one who has experienced this!!

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    I get hot also. After a meal, after bulletproof coffee, shortly after I go to bed around 9 or 10ish, and then again around 2-3 ish. Crazy. I was researching it, but I can't remember everything well enough to type it out. Everyone here is so smart and technical, I only know layman's terms at best so I dont even want to try. But basically, it is a good thing and my body is doing it's thing. I think so anyways.

    I am not menopausal.

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