How to sleep: Night sweats and insomnia – when is it serious and tips to help combat them

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When it comes to certain lifestyle changes to help improve sleep, Andrea adds: “Avoid eating a large meal at least two to three hours before sleeping.

“This means your digestive system won’t be working after your fall asleep, allowing your body to rest more.

“Avoiding spicy foods and caffeine at night can also be a great way to beat the night-time sweats.

“Caffeine is a stimulant and can increase your heart rate, leading to a raise in blood pressure which can activate sweat glands.”


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