I have noticed during the past few months when my house temperature drops below 65 during the night, I wake up all wet. I do not sweat if the house stays above 65. It does not matter how many blankets or the fabric type of those blankets. Only variable seems to be air temperature. Any ideas what may be the problem and/or how I can stop waking up soaking wet at night? I really do not want to spend the money to heat an entire house just to keep me from sweating at night.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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