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17.09.2023 - 16:53 / manchestereveningnews.co.uk
Sweating at night is common and not usually something to worry about. But if it happens regularly or excessively it could be the sign of an underlying issue.
According to one expert, night sweats can be prompted by nutrient deficiencies. Public health nutritionist Dr Emma Derbyshire, from the Health and Food Supplements Information Service has said it could be a sign of a lack of important vitamins and minerals.
Such deficiencies can relate to vitamin B12, which helps the body to repair wounds and is also vital for oxygen flow. It may also be a result of a lack of vitamin D, which is common in the UK as it's sourced mainly from sunlight.
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Dr Derbyshire told the Mirror: "Many of us have shortfalls of vitamins and minerals. Vitamin D is difficult to obtain from the diet because so few foods contain it and urban, indoor lifestyles as well as use of sunscreen (which is essential) can lead to shortfalls of vitamin D.
"Lack of vitamin B12 which is common in people over 50 and in people reducing or avoiding meat, dairy and fish, can cause drenching night sweats."
Dr Derbyshire recommends eating a healthy diet of nutrient packed fruits, vegetables and lean proteins. If this isn't possible, she advises using supplements, especially for vitamin D.
She added: "If you haven't taken vitamin D throughout the winter your levels will likely be low, so top up now with a supplement with the recommended 10 micrograms daily of vitamin D and also ensure your B12 levels are topped up with a supplement."
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