Sweating’s normally not a big deal, but it can impact your lifestyle.
You can get self conscious about sweaty hands, your smell, a sweaty face, or the stains on your clothes.
Most of the time, it’s just an inconvenience that can be solved by moving to a cooler place, but as you’ll see, sweating can also be your body’s way of telling you something else is wrong.
We’ve listed some other health issues that can be indicated by excessive sweating.
First, the most obvious one…you’re hot.
Sweating is first and foremost our body’s way of cooling us down. Sweat leaves our pores, sits on our skin, evaporates, and cools our body.
If it’s because of hot weather or wearing too many clothes, find some place cool.
It’s normal and not a big deal, but if it persists, it could be a sign of another ailment that might be much more serious.
Your body perceives stress (social stress, work stress, stress in traffic) as a very real threat, and in raising your alertness and “fight or flight characteristics,” your body can sweat way more than normal.
If it’s a recurring issue, evaluate your lifestyle and find ways to handle your stress better.
Somewhat ironically, these two conditions are both indicated by sweating more than usual.
It’s a shift in hormones that makes your body operate a little differently, and then the drops of sweat start coming.
There’s little to be done, but if you think that either one is a possibility, you might want to see a doctor to treat the underlying issue.
Again, kind of surprising that dehydration would result in your body releasing more water, but it happens.
Check the residue on your skin from sweat. If it’s more apparent than normal, it could be due to a lack of water.
Hydrate up and see if that does the trick.
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