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    What do you do about the night sweats?

    I gotta figure something out for next time. I went through $2000 worth of mattresses (2x) in 10 weeks. First one was memory foam which didnít help matters cause that alone makes me sweat. The second on came with a mattress protector that we used and I still managed to sweat through that and now I got yellow sweat stains and a putrid stank on my side, itís awful.

    So is there any certain product or technique you use to help not ruin mattresses every time you blast? Maybe a better quality mattress protector or maybe something to help not sweat so much, I donít know. Iím just assuming you guys donít buy a new mattress after every blast or sleep in a sweat rotted bed.

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    Magnesium helps some with night sweats. Not running 19nors helps more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    I gotta figure something out for next time. I went through $2000 worth of mattresses (2x) in 10 weeks. First one was memory foam which didnít help matters cause that alone makes me sweat. The second on came with a mattress protector that we used and I still managed to sweat through that and now I got yellow sweat stains and a putrid stank on my side, itís awful.

    So is there any certain product or technique you use to help not ruin mattresses every time you blast? Maybe a better quality mattress protector or maybe something to help not sweat so much, I donít know. Iím just assuming you guys donít buy a new mattress after every blast or sleep in a sweat rotted bed.
    What are you running on your blasts, just test? This happens to be when I start pushing my test over 300. Unfortunately, I do not have an answer for you bro.

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    Get a mattress cover, you know like the ones kids can't piss through..
    Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.


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    I put a towel under the elastic sheet. Helps save the bed a little.

    Iím following this topic because Iíve never figured out how to stop night sweats.

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    What do you do about the night sweats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Seattlesbest View Post
    Get a mattress cover, you know like the ones kids can't piss through..
    I have one that came with the mattress. We were actually required to buy it and use it in order for the 120 night guarantee to be valid, Iím assuming so they could resell the mattress if we wanted to return it. You would think that it would have been a good quality 100% waterproof protector, yet my sweat still seeped through, definitely helped slow it down but ended up ruining the mattress nonetheless. So I was hoping one of you guys could Vogue for a certain brand mattress protector that absolutely does not let any moisture through, even with sweating almost a liter a night. And one that can handle getting washed every week. I think the washing made the leaking worse
    Last edited by MonsterMaker; 10-11-2021 at 07:06 AM.

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    I should probably add that the magnesium works best when taken in the evening. As far as an actual mattress protector, if you want to go hard core, look in medical supply places. They will have incontinence supplies that should work.

    https://www.elderdepot.com/vinyl_mattress_covers.php

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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TB4189J...sin_0_img&th=1

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    DamnÖ.How much are you fucking guys sweating at night and why so much. I get night sweats when running Tren but nothing even close to what your all describing. That sounds like you need medical attention not new sheets. Lol Maybe step up your conditioning before you all go down from a heart attack.


    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    I gotta figure something out for next time. I went through $2000 worth of mattresses (2x) in 10 weeks. First one was memory foam which didnít help matters cause that alone makes me sweat. The second on came with a mattress protector that we used and I still managed to sweat through that and now I got yellow sweat stains and a putrid stank on my side, itís awful.

    So is there any certain product or technique you use to help not ruin mattresses every time you blast? Maybe a better quality mattress protector or maybe something to help not sweat so much, I donít know. Iím just assuming you guys donít buy a new mattress after every blast or sleep in a sweat rotted bed.

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    If I had the money, this is what I would buy.
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    Came off completely a month ago. Still having night sweats. Right around 2AM I start leaking water like a hose and soak the pillows and sheets down to the mattress.
    Usually the night sweats stop as soon as the short esters clear. Not this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reprisal 6 View Post
    Came off completely a month ago. Still having night sweats. Right around 2AM I start leaking water like a hose and soak the pillows and sheets down to the mattress.
    Usually the night sweats stop as soon as the short esters clear. Not this time.
    Eating carbs late can can contribute to night sweats.

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    I wash my pillow cases a lot. Iíve gotten stye/eye lid infections in the past which take forever to go away. My body temperature lately is 99.1 to 99.4 so at least Iím burning fat. 😀
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    Mattress protector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    I have one that came with the mattress. We were actually required to buy it and use it in order for the 120 night guarantee to be valid, Iím assuming so they could resell the mattress if we wanted to return it. You would think that it would have been a good quality 100% waterproof protector, yet my sweat still seeped through, definitely helped slow it down but ended up ruining the mattress nonetheless. So I was hoping one of you guys could Vogue for a certain brand mattress protector that absolutely does not let any moisture through, even with sweating almost a liter a night. And one that can handle getting washed every week. I think the washing made the leaking worse
    Damn bro... I'm not sure if that's good man.. thats alot of water to be sweating out at night. What's the climate like in your bedroom?
    Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JJB1 View Post
    I wash my pillow cases a lot. Iíve gotten stye/eye lid infections in the past which take forever to go away. My body temperature lately is 99.1 to 99.4 so at least Iím burning fat. 😀
    I change my pillow case eod lol
    Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please.


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