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Could sleeping with wet hair lead to night sweats?

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Dr. Hanul Bhandari answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine - Sleep Medicine

I have not come across a link between wet hair and night sweats in the literature. The temperature in your bed room may be the cause of night sweats. Adjust the thermostat or layers of blankets to see. Otherwise, depending on other symptoms you experience, underlying medical conditions may be needed to be checked out by your physician.

Answered Dec 21, 2020



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