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|01-06-2009, 09:27 PM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2005
Location: Austin, Texas
Tip for night sweats
Don't y'all hate night sweats and sleeping in a wet wad? The worst is having horrible night sweats and getting all tangled up and sticking to your sheets. Then spending the rest of your night being cold and damp. And if you sleep in the buff, you will still stick to your sheets if you're having night sweats.
Get a dri-fit shirt. You can get them cheap just about anywhere (available for less than $10 at Target, TJ Maxx, Ross, Walmart). They are freaking awesome for night sweats. They don't hold the damp, you remain dry and still are able to slide around in your bed.
I don't know why I didn't share this tip earlier but I've been doing this for a long time and it's a thousand percent more comfortable when you have night sweats.
Summer 1997: Started Paxil 10mg. (size 6)
Spring 2001: Tried to quit cold turkey, failed
Spring 2002: Increased Paxil CR 25 mg.
Spring 2005: Switched to generic Paxil 20mg.
Summer 2005: Tapered to 10mg.
January 11, 2006: Tapered to 5mg.
Januray 26, 2006: Down to 2.5mg. (size 14)
February 4, 2006: PAXIL FREE (after 9 years)
February 2007: Lost all my Paxil weight (30 lbs.)
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