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I'm only mentioning Carnival, cause that's what I sail on... Anyway I was wondering , because this happens every cruise - So when I turn in for the night, I slip into bed and Its nice and cozy ... Then in the middle of the night, Its hot and I start sweating ... My thermostat is set a couple notches down from the middle setting... Do I need to keep the cabin all the way freezing just to get a good nights sleep... ?  So, when I pull off the blanket only, then I'm freezing.. That's why I'm hesitant to turn temp all the way down... Anyone else deal with night sweats ?????

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This is a body thermostat problem, not a cabin problem.  And it happens to many people on all ships…just ask a woman with hot flashes, or anyone on Metformin.  At least on Met., they are short lived…. They happen at home, too.  Maybe you should ask the steward for a top sheet and blanket instead of the duvet.  How do you handle it at home?  EM

 

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