Can Food Or Drink Affect Hyperhidrosis?
Hello .. Introduce me luthfiyah from majalengka .. Can food or drink affect hyperhidrosis? If it affects food and drinks, what influences hyperhidrosis?
Hello Lutfiyah, thank you for asking.
Hyperhidrosis is a condition of excessive sweating production, can be local or general (whole body). Generally this condition is caused by unbalanced nerve activity, so that the sweat glands produce sweat in excess volume, not proportional to body heat that must be removed. In some people, eating does cause perspiration, called gustatory sweating. The exact mechanism is unknown, but it is likely due to an increase in metabolism while eating, triggering the production of body heat. Body heat must be removed, one way is through sweat. Certain types of food, such as spicy foods, hot foods, greasy and fatty foods, tend to trigger more sweat production. However, to date no scientific evidence has been found about the relationship between certain types of food and worsening hyperhidrosis. If you want to try, it never hurts to limit the consumption of the types of food mentioned above. Use the type of clothing that absorbs sweat, but not too thick, so that body heat can more easily come out. If you are still in doubt, please consult a neurologist. You can get more detailed information from a neurologist.
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