lately i have been waking up with night sweats...i have panic attacks and i am on zoloft for them but all of the sudden i am notincing these night sweats...i have been having anxiety for about 7 years now and never noticed this before except when i am pregnant....it makes me scared though because you can get night sweats from more serious things.....
na man i have had anxiety&panic attacks for 15 years,i use to wake up every night sweating,so bad i had to change and dry myself,i dont get them much anymore.but if you have alot on your mind,i have found that thats a great cause for the sweats.mate i know how u feel panic attacks are a *****,when u wake up again with the sweats,and u panic remember its ok,you will be ok,its just caused by what u a dealing with at this time in your life,say to your self "I will be ok,i am ok,very thing is fine" and remember to breath, you will be ok....Andy M
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