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Suffering from severe fatigue, sweating when laying down. Dehydrated, sugars low, perimenopausal. Suggestions?

Hi, I am 43 and suffer from severe fatigue and sweating when I lay down. I am not even asleep and my hair is drenched, along with my chest , neck and knees. I have been told I m dehydrated, my sugars low or I m perimenipauseal. I have to change my cloths at least twice a night or even if I nap for 40 mins. I feel like I have lead limbs all day long. Please help
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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It seems that this might be due to pre-menopausal symptoms.
Due to hormonal imbalance at this age might give this problem.
At this age there is a chance of having osteoporosis as well.
Take high dose of Calcium, Vitamin A and D supplements.
do regular slow walking.
If require attend Menopausal clinic for guidance.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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