Increased Body Weight And Excessive Sweating In Patients With Lymph Nodes.?
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Weight gain can occur due to many factors, including due to improper diet, lack of physical activity, laziness to exercise, side effects of drugs (for example steroids), or also due to certain illnesses suffered, such as hypothyroidism, cushing's syndrome, congestive heart failure kidney failure and so on. Meanwhile, excessive sweat production can indicate many conditions, including exposure to hot ambient temperatures, lots of activities or sports, eating spicy or hot food, having a fever, excessive anxiety, or also due to an illness, for example infection viruses or bacteria, hyperthyroidism, malignancies, immune disorders, heart problems, or other chronic diseases.
Swollen lymph nodes (lymphadenopathy) may correlate with complaints that you are doing at this time, or may not. Frequently, swollen lymph due to infection (including due to tuberculosis) will cause increased sweat production, but weight will decrease, not vice versa. However, it is not impossible for lymphadenopathy sufferers to gain weight, if there are other diseases that accompany it.
Better, you check your condition directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to be evaluated more deeply the possible causes of your complaints, yes. Further tests, such as laboratories, X-rays, thyroid function prints, etc. may also be done by doctors if indeed deemed necessary. Next, the doctor will handle adjusting to the underlying cause of your complaint.
At this time, you can do the following suggestions first:
Use clothes made from cool, absorb sweat
Also condition the environment around you so that it is well ventilated, not hot
Eat enough, serving a little to moderate, but regularly
Adjust your calorie intake in your food and drinks with the activities you do everyday, don't overdo it
Exercise regularly every day
Calm your heart and mind, to avoid stress
Always live a healthy lifestyle
Hope this helps ...