We have mentioned how the affected immune cells start releasing several inflammatory substances to the bloodstream. These substances reach the brain, which turns on body defenses and starts producing heat to kill the invader pathogens. Night sweats are a part of this temperature modification in your body.
In lymphoma, night sweats are usually drenching and very uncomfortable. They are severe enough to soak your sheets, and you might have this symptom not only at night but also throughout the day.
There are plenty of diseases causing night sweats, and even normal conditions like menopause and andropause. Your doctor would need to know if you’re taking certain medications as well.