Why do I always sweat so quickly?

Kerstin Stawald
249 Words
1:03 Minutes

Sweating is a natural reaction to heat or stress. But sometimes excessive sweating can be a sign of something else. Excessive, uncontrollable and therefore pathological sweating is called hyperhidrosis.

Hyperhidrosis is when your body's sweat glands overreact. As a result of your excessive activity, you sweat a lot, often when and where other people would not sweat.

Your body can sweat excessively due to hyperhidrosis, sometimes for no apparent reason. There are some treatment options for hyperhidrosis, including special antiperspirants and cutting-edge therapies. You have it in your own hands to relieve your symptoms and take back control of your life.

Two questions arise:

  1. What causes excessive sweating?
  2. And why does it happen?

Sweat glands are located throughout our bodies. They produce sweat to cool us down. The amount of sweat produced depends on various factors such as temperature, humidity, exercise, and even emotions.

Excessive sweating is often caused by dehydration. This happens when the body loses too much water through sweating. In this case, the skin becomes dry and irritated. As a result, the pores open up and allow more moisture to escape.

Excessive sweating can also occasionally be triggered by a health problem or emotion (such as anxiety), for example, a cold, to eliminate toxins and other waste products from the body.

If the sweating is noticeable or excessive, it is advisable to seek the advice of your doctor, because in any case it is necessary to clarify the cause, which can be different and, above all, unexpected.

Kerstin Stawald

About Kerstin Stawald

Kerstin Stawald is a versatile writer who is committed to delivering quality content and illuminating a variety of topics with clarity and insight. Kerstin Stawald's flexible approach makes for a wide range of exciting content.

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