Associated Excessive Sweating With Strenuous Activity?
Assalamuaikum … what if a rough worker always sweat a lot at work … are there any symptoms of that disease … please explain … assalamuaikum WR wb
Hello warahmatullahi wabarokatuh
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Sweat is the body's compensation for adjusting body temperature to environmental temperature. Excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis is common in conditions of heavy work, hot ambient temperature, fever, and due to certain diseases such as hyperthyroidism, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, pulmonary TB and others. In some people there is also a normal variation caused by the amount of sweating in certain areas causing hyperhidrosis in certain locations which are usually symmetrical left and right, as in someone who often sweats on the palms, groin, under the breasts, armpits, knees, folds elbows and other places.
You need to be careful if:
1. Excessive sweating occurs increasingly disturbing.
2. Occurs at night.
3. Accompanied by high fever.
4. Accompanied by a long cough.
5. Accompanied by palpitations.
6. Waking up at night.
7. Accompanied by trembling.
8. Accompanied by weight loss of unknown cause.
9. Accompanied by dehydration or lack of fluids.
If you experience the above symptoms, you should immediately consult a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will interview you and carry out related examinations. The right treatment is the one that suits your cause.
To prevent skin diseases that can occur due to hyperhidrosis that you experience you should use clothes that absorb sweat and change your clothes when wet. You can use roll-on to overcome body odor caused by hyperhidrosis. So that your body's needs for fluids are fulfilled, you must balance it with lots of drinking water.
Thus, hopefully useful.
Thank you warahmatullahi wabarokatuh