Constant night sweats are an old adversary of mine. Do you also sweat at times durring the day if you are exposed to temperature changes?
I like Spirit's suggestion of laying back down on a bath towel if you have woken up drenched.
I sleep in a cotton tee and cotton boxers. I find that the absorbant fabrics are best.
Whenever possible, I sleep on top of the covers (much to my wifes chagrin at times) and keep the ceiling fan running.
I keep a hand towel or hankerchief on my nightstand.
I take a cool shower before bed.
I change clothes if I wake up even damp.
I use a good antipersperant before bed.
And like everything in life, finding a way to laugh about it is always helpfull. My wife and I joke that I am in a long term MENopause.
I hope you find the things that help you. I know this can be unnerving.
DX: Fibromyalgia, Multiple Herniated/Desicated Discs, Multiple Neuropathies, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Nystagmus, IBS, Migrains, Atypical Tremor, Hypertension, Low D, Low T, High CSF Protien, Depression, Gluten Intolerance.
RX: Cymbalta 60mg, Lyrica 450mg, Savella 100mg, Zanaflex 4-8mg, Trazodone 50mg, BenicarHCT, Testostorone 75mg, Epidural Steriod Injections. OTC: D3 5-6000IU, Magnesium/Malic Acid, Calcium, B-12, GNC MegaMen Energy Vitapack.