I Am 17 Years Old, Why Does My Forehead Break Out In Cold Sweat While Thinking?
I am a 17 year old student. I often experience symptoms of cold sweat on the forehead accompanied by dizziness while studying or thinking. This is very disturbing for me, because it makes my learning mood disappear. Why do I often experience these symptoms and what is the solution? Thank you,.
Hello Michelliawang, thank you for asking.
Cold sweat can occur due to a nervous system that stimulates sweat glands to produce sweat, but is not intended to release body heat. As you well know, sweat is one of the ways the body releases some body heat to prevent a drastic increase in core body temperature. In the case of cold sweat, sweat that is released generally occurs due to the body's response to the condition of pain, or emotional conditions, anxiety, fear, and so on. The body responds so that we realize that we are currently in a state of stress. Stress can be in the form of physical stress (for example when someone feels chest pain) and psychological stress.
You may have to examine whether you are anxious or nervous, or unhappy when learning certain things. Sometimes there are things that don't want to be learned because they might not be interesting, or cause certain trauma, or cause embarrassment and low self-esteem, and so on. Or it could also be when someone forces themselves to learn something because the pressure must get perfect achievement, the body feels various symptoms, can occur dizziness, fatigue, cold sweat, nausea, and so on. You can try to pay special attention to when and when you are triggered by what symptoms you feel. You can try to discuss this with parents, friends, or if necessary ask for professional help such as a psychologist.
Hopefully this answer can help. Regards.