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Do night sweats disrupt your sleep? Sweating at night isn't really a sleep disorder, but there's no doubt that waking up with nightclothes and bedding soaked with perspiration does disturb your nighttime slumber. One cause of night sweats or nocturnal hydrosis is menopause. Of course, if you are a man, this doesn't apply. And, believe it or not, it doesn't necessarily apply if you are a woman, either. There are many causes of night sweats. Even eating spicy food or drinking a hot beverage before bedtime can bring on a night sweat. Heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease is another possible cause. So is a bedroom that's too hot or sleeping under too many blankets. Other Causes of Night Sweats As we are dealing with sleep disorders, it should be noted that one cause of night sweats is obstructive sleep apnea. If you snore, suffer from excessive daytime sleepiness or are overweight, and you also suffer from night sweats, consider the possibility of sle...
Relapsing fever is an infection transmitted by a louse or tick. It is characterized by repeated episodes of fever .
Tick-borne relapsing fever, Louse-borne relapsing fever
Causes, incidence, and risk factors
Relapsing fever is an infection caused by several species of bacteria in the Borrelia family.
There are two major forms of relapsing fever:
Tick-borne relapsing fever (TBRF) is transmitted by the Ornithodoros tick and occurs in Africa, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Asia, and certain areas in the western United States and Canada. The bacteria species associated with TBRF are Borrelia duttoni , Borrelia hermsii , and Borrelia parkerii .
Louse-borne relapsing fever (LBRF) is transmitted by body lice and is most common in Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. The bacteria species associated with LBRF is Borrelia recurrentis .
Sudden fever occurs within 2 weeks of infection. In LBRF, the fever usually lasts 3-6...
Canker sores and fever blisters
Are fever blisters and canker sores the same thing?
No. Canker sores occur only inside the mouth and are not contagious. They sometimes occur as a result of trauma (biting the inside of the lip, burning the mouth with hot food), but may also occur without any known reason.
or cold sores are caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 and are very contagious. Fever blisters often come back in the same location.
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