Causes And Ways To Deal With Excessive Sweating, Wet Palms And Difficulty Breathing
Hello ,, I often sweat unnaturally, even my friends are surprised, why do I sweat excessively, even though the weather can say no Hot, I experience symptoms of my palms are always wet, I also often have difficulty breathing, if it’s like that , I feel my lungs like puncture, I guess what disease I have and how to overcome it, at least my sweat is reduced. thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-14 20:38:47.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition where a person sweats excessively is called hyperhidrosis. A person is said to have hyperhidrosis when his sweat comes out even though he is not in a hot or crowded room, and is not also in heavy activity, but his sweat comes out in large quantities. Excessive sweating can occur in the hands or feet area, armpits, or the whole body.
This condition can occur due to various possibilities, some of which can be due to primary causes, which means it is a condition that is influenced by heredity or genetic factors, and can also be the impact of other conditions, such as conditions of thyroidism, tumors, diabetes, gout, obesity, and imbalance of female hormones. To find out what you are experiencing, it requires a direct examination by a doctor.
However, symptoms of hyperhidrosis do not include shortness of breath. Those who have hyperhidrosis should be able to breathe normally. So what you experience with shortness of breath, is likely due to the influence of other conditions, such as asthma, allergies, pneumonia, heart disease or kidney disease. To ensure this also needs a direct examination.
But on the other hand, with the corona virus outbreak, we must be disciplined by staying at home if there are no special needs. So try to value your symptoms. If you think your symptoms have been mild, just stay at home first and do personal care by wearing thin clothing, using air conditioning, changing socks frequently, doing relaxation techniques, and using deodorants that contain antiperspirants that can be obtained at pharmacies and nearest supermarket.
If the symptoms are already very disturbing, for example, difficulty breathing can make you unable to carry out daily activities comfortably, then immediately check your condition to a general practitioner to do a history, physical examination and support and handled according to your needs. So, hopefully answering your question.