Causes Excessive Sweating On The Feet, Hands And Armpits Accompanied By Palpitations
Good evening, I ask, why are your hands, feet, armpits always sweating out of the water, even though you’re not running or working, what kind of disease is this ?? I don’t feel comfortable like this. When I was a kid I was diligently involved in extracurricular activities such as volleyball, badminton and basketball. Is this the frequency of sports or what? So, if you have an event or where? Suddenly the heart likes to pound, even though I was not surprised by anyone but suddenly I was nervous … like you see what that is.
Originally posted 2020-04-16 14:19:06.
Thank you for the question.
Excessive sweating and palpitations are often caused by increased body metabolism, for example when you have exhausted physical activity, are anxious or afraid of being overweight, have finished eating, or have consumed certain drugs. Sometimes, these complaints can also indicate that you are experiencing infection, anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, heart problems, dyspepsia, psychological disorders, hyperthyroidism, metabolic disorders, impaired immunity, malignancies, and so on.
Not all of the conditions above refer to serious illness. Therefore, if you do not feel tightness, weakness, blurred vision, or other complaints that are more severe, you should not panic first. Resolve your complaint first by:
Exercise discipline, at least 30 minutes a day, with the intensity, frequency, and duration raised gradually, not too extreme
Eat regularly, moderate portions but often, don't overdo drinking caffeinated drinks
Bathing diligently, wearing loose clothing and absorbing sweat
Not too anxious, panicked, afraid, or overly sad
Don't smoke or carelessly take medicine
Discipline to rest and live a healthy lifestyle
Conversely, if the complaint is very disturbing, and does not improve at all with the above efforts, it means that you need to see yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to get further treatment according to the originator yes ..
I hope this helps.