I am taking medications.

Taking certain medications can lead to night sweats. In cases without other physical symptoms or signs of tumor or infection, drug side effects are often determined to be the cause of night sweats.  Other types of drugs can cause flushing, which, as mentioned above, may be confused with night sweats. Some of the many drugs that can cause flushing and increased temperature on the skin that may induce night sweats include:

> Cymbalta and Remeron (treatment of mood disorders)
> Niacin (treatment of lipid disorders)
> Tamoxifen (treatment of breast cancer)
> Hydralazine (treatment of high blood pressure)
> Nitroglycerine (treatment of angina or chronic heart failure)
> Viagra (treatment of erectile dysfunction)

When you must take a medicine to make you feel good all day long, why not sleep wicked and feel good all night long! Wicked Sheets will wick away the side effect known as night sweats and keep you cool and dry all night long so you can focus on feeling better. The pores of the fabric work just like your skin and pull the moisture away from your body to keep your bedding breathable and silky to the touch.