Cold Sweat On The Chest?
I am a 19 year old woman. I want to ask, why about 2 days my chest is sweating cold? I also have an ulcer. Please provide an explanation with details and tips for getting rid of this cold sweat. Thank you very much
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Excessive cold sweat does not always indicate an illness. Excessive sweating production is often used as a way for the body to release excess body heat, for example when you have exhausted a lot of activities, are exercising, living in a hot temperature environment, or also after consuming foods and drinks that are hot and spicy. Cold sweat like this can occur in various parts of the body, the chest is no exception, because it contains a lot of sweat glands on its surface. The location of the appearance of this sweat does not specifically refer to the characteristics of a particular disease.
If you experience excessive cold sweating, or appear accompanied by other complaints that are quite disturbing, for example fever, weakness, dizziness, palpitations, blurry vision, and so on, you need to also be vigilant. It could be that your complaint indicates an illness that needs special treatment. Not only heartburn (gastritis), many other conditions, such as peptic ulcers, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), heart attacks, hyperthyroidism, anemia, hypoglycemia, dehydration, hypotension, malignancies, other viral or bacterial infections, autoimmune disorders, panic attacks, excessive anxiety, and so on can also trigger an increase in sweat production.
Since the new complaint only appeared in the last 2 days, without any other complaints, you can try the following tips first so that the complaints improve:
Use clothes that are comfortable and absorb sweat Improve air circulation in the environment where you live Regular and clean bathing Expand drink Regularly, do not always eat spicy and excessive fatty foods Do not smoke or consume alcohol Routine exercise 1 to 2 days Do not carelessly drink However, if within 1 to 3 days your complaint still does not improve, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that you are given the correct treatment, right?
I hope this helps.