Causes Excessive Sweating On The Forehead?
I work in a factory and the place is quite hot, before I never had problems with excessive sweating on my face while working at that place, but for the last time I had problems with excessive sweating on my forehead and quite annoying until a few minutes wiping with a tissue, even bathing even though my forehead I was sweating right away, even though I didn’t feel hot, was excessive sweating on my head a sign of a disease in my body? Thank you in advance
Hello Ria Romadhona, thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Sweat is a response that will normally be caused by the body to help balance the temperature in the body. The cause of the onset of sweat normally is very diverse such as hot weather, increased body temperature, exercise and others.
If there is a certain body part that emits more sweat than other body parts (often on the palms, armpits, forehead or soles of the feet) then this condition can be said to be excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis.
This condition itself is not a normal condition and can arise due to disease or other conditions such as diabetes (diabetes), gout, side effects of drugs, heredity, or other diseases. Therefore, if you feel your sweat comes out more frequently and more than usual, then you should check with your doctor for further evaluation of your complaint so that it can be determined whether there are certain medical conditions related to your complaint and what treatment that should be given.
For now, you can try to reduce it by using thinner clothing when you work and reduce activities that require a lot of energy. If possible, use air conditioners such as air conditioners or fans, if not possible, make sure the air ventilation in your workspace is good enough and cover certain parts that are likely to receive a lot of sunlight during the day. Avoid foods or drinks that are thought to trigger more sweating such as MSG, caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, chocolate), spicy foods, and alcohol.
I hope this helps.