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you hot sweats in the night is the main symptom of cancer.
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I don't know who this idiot is but it has nothing to do with cancer. Tbc, may be. But not cancer. Try more sex.
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My dad was diagnosed with lung cancer 10 days ago, he was having night sweats. I had them for years before I was diagnosed with Behçet's disease, an autoimmune disorder.
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have you ever heard of Elhers Danlos Syndrome?
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I'm not, sorry.
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It is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome BTW :)
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I don't know who this idiot is but it has nothing to do with cancer. Tbc, may be. But not cancer. Try more sex.
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My dad was diagnosed with lung cancer 10 days ago, he was having night sweats. I had them for years before I was diagnosed with Behçet's disease, an autoimmune disorder.
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have you ever heard of Elhers Danlos Syndrome?
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EDS has nothing to do with night sweats. Do you have joint problems?
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I had EDS, my blog is about it. I haven't heard of night sweats being related to it (but you never know its a weird genetic disorder)...I have learned to maintain/eliminate most of the EDS symptoms with proper diet and limited enviornmental exposure to certain things.

I am not that familiar with Behcets (don't know how to make the special symbol you made!) so I was wondering if there might be overlapping symptoms. After looking over the wiki page briefly it doesn't look like there are many overlapping symptoms.
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It is Ehlers Danlos Syndrome BTW :)
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lol yea... I misspelled it there, I do know all about it....I'm hypermobility type myself!
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My dad was diagnosed with lung cancer 10 days ago, he was having night sweats. I had them for years before I was diagnosed with Behçet's disease, an autoimmune disorder.
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have you ever heard of Elhers Danlos Syndrome?
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EDS has nothing to do with night sweats. Do you have joint problems?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32180353


I had EDS, my blog is about it. I haven't heard of night sweats being related to it (but you never know its a weird genetic disorder)...I have learned to maintain/eliminate most of the EDS symptoms with proper diet and limited enviornmental exposure to certain things.

I am not that familiar with Behcets (don't know how to make the special symbol you made!) so I was wondering if there might be overlapping symptoms. After looking over the wiki page briefly it doesn't look like there are many overlapping symptoms.
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There is no relationship between EDS and Behçet's disease and I have a key for ç on my keyboard, I just push it :))
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have you ever heard of Elhers Danlos Syndrome?
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EDS has nothing to do with night sweats. Do you have joint problems?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32180353


I had EDS, my blog is about it. I haven't heard of night sweats being related to it (but you never know its a weird genetic disorder)...I have learned to maintain/eliminate most of the EDS symptoms with proper diet and limited enviornmental exposure to certain things.

I am not that familiar with Behcets (don't know how to make the special symbol you made!) so I was wondering if there might be overlapping symptoms. After looking over the wiki page briefly it doesn't look like there are many overlapping symptoms.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


There is no relationship between EDS and Behçet's disease and I have a key for ç on my keyboard, I just push it :))
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yeah after checking it out, it doesn't look like there are any...EDS is a weird disorder for sure! lol I have the joints to prove it :)
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

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yes this happens occasionaly to me, my personal belief without any actual proof is its cancer and the body dealing with it while we sleep..
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I would have it happen on and off as a child, I'm around 26 now so I don't think its hormonal or anything, I sure hope its not cancer! I try to eat as alkaline and healthy as I can :)
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you hot sweats in the night is the main symptom of cancer.
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I don't know who this idiot is but it has nothing to do with cancer. Tbc, may be. But not cancer. Try more sex.
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calling me an idiot ?!
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EDS has nothing to do with night sweats. Do you have joint problems?
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I had EDS, my blog is about it. I haven't heard of night sweats being related to it (but you never know its a weird genetic disorder)...I have learned to maintain/eliminate most of the EDS symptoms with proper diet and limited enviornmental exposure to certain things.

I am not that familiar with Behcets (don't know how to make the special symbol you made!) so I was wondering if there might be overlapping symptoms. After looking over the wiki page briefly it doesn't look like there are many overlapping symptoms.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


There is no relationship between EDS and Behçet's disease and I have a key for ç on my keyboard, I just push it :))
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yeah after checking it out, it doesn't look like there are any...EDS is a weird disorder for sure! lol I have the joints to prove it :)
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Good for some extra sex. Try it and forget the sweats :))
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I would have it happen on and off as a child, I'm around 26 now so I don't think its hormonal or anything, I sure hope its not cancer! I try to eat as alkaline and healthy as I can :)
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you hot sweats in the night is the main symptom of cancer.
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I don't know who this idiot is but it has nothing to do with cancer. Tbc, may be. But not cancer. Try more sex.
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calling me an idiot ?!
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Who are you?
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
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No you're right....I had these quite a bit over the last few months...funny thing is, as soon as i cut out sugar before bed (like ANY sort of fruit juice or beverage with sugar) at least a few hours before I went to sleep, I'd be ok. Candy turned my bed into a pool.
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That is also a symptom of Radiation Poisoning. People forget that America is feeling the effects of the fukushima Meltdown in Japan.

Radiation poisoning shows up as Flu like symptoms as well as many others and cancer is definitely one.

The radiation levels in the country are high.

[link to radiationnetwork.com]

[link to www.emfnews.org]
Tempus Edax Rerum - Time devours all things

Tempus est optimus iudex - Time will tell
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
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No you're right....I had these quite a bit over the last few months...funny thing is, as soon as i cut out sugar before bed (like ANY sort of fruit juice or beverage with sugar) at least a few hours before I went to sleep, I'd be ok. Candy turned my bed into a pool.
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Yea I was talking to someone about them the other day, they said something about wine having a similar effect...you can fall asleep okay, but hours later the body goes into a phase of burning off the sugar! I am going to try to watch my sugar intake...I don't even really like sweets, I'll occasionally have dark chocolate (70% or more) as a sweet treat when I get a craving, I'm sure its still loaded with sugar just not quite as much.
"So you're made of detritus [from exploded stars]. Get over it. Or better yet...Celebrate it. After all, what nobler thought can one cherish than that the universe lives within us all?"

Neil deGrasse Tyson



"We were told that the changes in our world would become the catalyst for ones within us..."
Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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That is also a symptom of Radiation Poisoning. People forget that America is feeling the effects of the fukushima Meltdown in Japan.

Radiation poisoning shows up as Flu like symptoms as well as many others and cancer is definitely one.

The radiation levels in the country are high.

[link to radiationnetwork.com]

[link to www.emfnews.org]
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A-MERI-CA = A=NO, MERI = MERCY, CA = SHEEP
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I used to have problems with sleep...basically an insomniac, but over the last year I have really worked to maintain a healthy diet and overall lifestyle. I have kept a great sleep cycle 7.5-8 hrs the last 6 months to a year or so and really have been pleased with some of the changes I made to my lifestyle so I could get some better zzzz's.

I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


I know some DNA/lightbody awakening can happen at night, so perhaps this is related to the slight increase in solar activity the last week or so, but I just wanted to check to see if anyone else was having some odd sleep disturbances.
 Quoting: MissionInvisible


No you're right....I had these quite a bit over the last few months...funny thing is, as soon as i cut out sugar before bed (like ANY sort of fruit juice or beverage with sugar) at least a few hours before I went to sleep, I'd be ok. Candy turned my bed into a pool.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30890652


Yea I was talking to someone about them the other day, they said something about wine having a similar effect...you can fall asleep okay, but hours later the body goes into a phase of burning off the sugar! I am going to try to watch my sugar intake...I don't even really like sweets, I'll occasionally have dark chocolate (70% or more) as a sweet treat when I get a craving, I'm sure its still loaded with sugar just not quite as much.
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if its not protein and its not fats and its not dry matter it is saccharides.
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That is also a symptom of Radiation Poisoning. People forget that America is feeling the effects of the fukushima Meltdown in Japan.

Radiation poisoning shows up as Flu like symptoms as well as many others and cancer is definitely one.

The radiation levels in the country are high.

[link to radiationnetwork.com]

[link to www.emfnews.org]
 Quoting: Merci


yeah I was wondering if it had to do with some of the solar activity...I have a HIGH sensitivity to EMFs (thus the grounding mat I spoke about in the original post)...I think EMFS are a HUGE problem with sleep, this is why I had such bad insomnia a few years ago...the grounding mats helped me significantly in regulating my circadian rhythms! I cringe when people sleep with their cell phones and laptops right by them around their beds!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


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I had never had this problem before, until the last 10 days or so. During that time frame (with the exception of last night, thankfully), I have woken up at 3 or 4, soaked, and unable to go back to sleep.

I have no idea what would cause this, and the weirdest part is the consistency; not only from night to night, but also how it coincides with your experience.

I doubt this information is of any help to you, except that you're not the only one.
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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
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Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!


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I had never had this problem before, until the last 10 days or so. During that time frame (with the exception of last night, thankfully), I have woken up at 3 or 4, soaked, and unable to go back to sleep.

I have no idea what would cause this, and the weirdest part is the consistency; not only from night to night, but also how it coincides with your experience.

I doubt this information is of any help to you, except that you're not the only one.
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its okay!

I really only created this thread to see if others were noticing an increase in them! :)

It isn't bothering me much during the day, I have had a decent amount of energy, its just very odd for me to have them this often, but overall I've felt great!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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MI, I just posted on another thread last nigt asking if anyone was having the additional symptom of heating up right now. I've been hot, without fever or illness, for about three weeks now, with the night sweats you're talking about.

I'm 54 and menopausal, but I haven't had a hot flash in over a year, much less have I ever had a three week long one. As, well, this is just not the same as a hot flash. Just like there's a difference between the body heat and reaction to a fever and a hot flash, this heating up I'm talking about has its own characteristics...AND it's coming with some of the other symptoms of cellular rattling, vertigo, etc.. Fevers and hot flashes aren't accompanied with these.

Thanks for posting the thread.

Happy day to you...flower
 Quoting: cosmicgypsy


Yea I haven't had any odd additional symptoms...I do get ear ringing a lot, but in my opinion that has to do with some cosmic shifts we are going through right now...I am inclinded to believe these night sweats are related as well :)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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radiation = cancer = hot sweats = cured.
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What is it with you Americans and drugs?
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What is it with you Americans and drugs?
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lol no drugs here :)
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What is it with you Americans and drugs?
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yeh, maybe op should consider not getting stoned every night
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What is it with you Americans and drugs?
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yeh, maybe op should consider not getting stoned every night
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how about every OTHER night!?

jk, I'm not a stoner :)
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Have you ever had a tick bite or possibly been exposed to deer ticks? Just an FYI - Lyme disease and/or other tick-borne disease is highly under-diagnosed and misdiagnosed - usually as neurological, autoimmune, and/or chronic fatigue type illnesses. It can remain dormant and hidden in your body for years. Also, they way you are eating and taking care of your body is part of good Lyme disease treatment (along with antibiotics), so you might not be seeing extreme symptoms.

The problem is, symptoms can be varied and affect different people in different ways based on their genetics, immune response, where the tick bite was, their age, diet, lifestyle, what strain of babesia they are infected with, what co-infections might be present, etc. It is similar to syphilis in that it is a 'great imitator.'

Even if you don't think you have it (and this goes for everyone reading this thread), I would urge you to look into it so that you are informed. The mainstream medical profession has no idea what they are doing with regard to Lyme disease. It is only the integrative/holistic doctors who are successfully diagnosing and treating Lyme disease. There is a lot of evidence that it originated as a bioweapon - it's not easy to treat and there are a lot of very powerful forces trying to keep that covered up and put the Lyme-literate doctors out of practice.
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Have you ever had a tick bite or possibly been exposed to deer ticks? Just an FYI - Lyme disease and/or other tick-borne disease is highly under-diagnosed and misdiagnosed - usually as neurological, autoimmune, and/or chronic fatigue type illnesses. It can remain dormant and hidden in your body for years. Also, they way you are eating and taking care of your body is part of good Lyme disease treatment (along with antibiotics), so you might not be seeing extreme symptoms.

The problem is, symptoms can be varied and affect different people in different ways based on their genetics, immune response, where the tick bite was, their age, diet, lifestyle, what strain of babesia they are infected with, what co-infections might be present, etc. It is similar to syphilis in that it is a 'great imitator.'

Even if you don't think you have it (and this goes for everyone reading this thread), I would urge you to look into it so that you are informed. The mainstream medical profession has no idea what they are doing with regard to Lyme disease. It is only the integrative/holistic doctors who are successfully diagnosing and treating Lyme disease. There is a lot of evidence that it originated as a bioweapon - it's not easy to treat and there are a lot of very powerful forces trying to keep that covered up and put the Lyme-literate doctors out of practice.
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Thanks for the info! I have not read much about Lyme disease. I work at a holistic wellness clinic and we have a few people we have treated who have had lyme disease. You are right about the presenting symptoms...its very hard to diagnose!
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Neil deGrasse Tyson



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Fractal Time, Gregg Braden
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Article about tinnitus (ringing in ear)

[link to health.usnews.com]


Basics of Lyme disease - this is a great website maintained by the Lyme Disease Association of Southeast Pennsylvania:

[link to www.lymepa.org]

ILADS is also a great site for learning the basics about Lyme.
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I am not currently sick and don't have ANY other symptoms of something else going on, actually had more energy the last week or so than normal, I use melatonin most nights, and I sleep grounded, but the last week or so I have woken up 5/7 nights and have almost sweated through my sheets every night!


Anyone else having problems with their internal thermometers at night!? I feel like I am waking up drenched in sweat about 3-4 am a few nights just in the last week!

 Quoting: MissionInvisible


Menopause?
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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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Sweating with a man in bed is not bad. Sweating alone must be treated.
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lol a little of both...but more curious about the sweating alone!
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