Cold Sweat Accompanied By A Cold Body In Children 3 Years?
afternoon I want to ask my child to sweat cold but the body is cold please answer if it’s okay
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Cold sweating is not always dangerous. This sweat can be produced excessively if the body's heat production increases, for example when your child is active in an environment with hot temperatures, after eating, or also being a lot of activity. As a result of this more sweat produced, the body will feel cold, and this is not always a cause for concern.
You need to worry if the cold sweat that your child is experiencing comes with other complaints, for example children who look weak, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, do not want to eat, pale, palpitations, or experience certain body aches. In these conditions, it could also be, excessive sweating indicates the presence of a disease, such as anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), viral or bacterial infections, dehydration (lack of fluids), hyperthyroidism (hyperactive thyroid gland), anxiety disorders excess, heart problems, malignancies, immune disorders, allergies, and so on.
If you notice any danger signs as mentioned above, we recommend that you consult your child directly to the doctor or pediatrician. With a thorough physical examination, or coupled with supporting examinations, for example laboratories, x-rays, ultrasound, etc., often doctors can identify possible dangerous conditions and give you the best treatment.
Currently, the following tips can be done:
Give children time to rest more
Give children eat and drink regularly, with small portions but often
Do not carelessly give children drugs without a doctor's prescription
Calm down, don't panic
Condition the environment around the child so that it is always clean, has good air circulation
Give children clothes that are comfortable and absorb sweat
Hope this helps ...