anonymous user


Why do you sweat when you sleep?

Topics: HealthSleep & Rest


Simple perspiration is your body's way of cooling itself to regulate its internal temperature night or day.

Joyce Beall

People are prone to sweating in their sleep because of fever, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, or head injury.

Do you know the answer?

Login or Sign Up to answer this question.

Why do you sweat when you sleep?

Related Sleep & Rest Questions

See All Questions

Last Week's Popular Questions for Sleep & Rest

See All Questions