The Cause Of Hands And Feet Often Sweat Accompanied By Palpitations?
Hello, I’m 21 years old. For the past few months I have felt a lot of pain with my palms and feet sweating even though I don’t do much activity. My mother has teroidnose what is the possibility of the characteristics of the above I have teroid too? Thank you
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There are several possibilities that can cause symptoms of hands and feet often sweat a lot accompanied by pounding (palpitations), including:
The body's physiological response when body temperature rises and the body tries to release the heat, for example: when exercising, when in a hot room, fever
Hyperthyroidism, which is excessive levels of thyroid hormone, usually causes symptoms of palpitations, lots of sweating, weight loss, trembling, diarrhea
Heart disease, for example: a heart attack that is characterized by left chest pain with sensations such as being hit by a heavy burden / squeezing, radiating to the left shoulder / jaw / left arm, aggravated by physical / emotional activity, improving with rest or administering nitrate medication, there can be symptoms accompaniment in the form of cold sweat / nausea / vomiting / difficulty breathing
Pulmonary tuberculosis, a lung infection caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis, symptoms: long cough (2 weeks or more) with / without blood, lots of sweating especially at night, weight loss significantly without apparent cause, decreased appetite, and fever long
Diabetes mellitus, is a chronic disease / chronic due to insufficient insulin production or impaired insulin function so that blood glucose levels increase in a long time and cause disruption / damage to various organs of the body; symptoms: quickly hungry, quickly thirsty, urinating more frequently, weight decreased dramatically without apparent cause, the body feels weak, tingling, lots of sweating, blurry eyes
Comprehensive anxiety disorder, an excessive worry and anxiety, sometimes of a less realistic / logical nature, experienced throughout the day, may be accompanied by symptoms of motor tension (eg headache, excessive sweating, trembling, palpitations), lasting for at least 6 months
You are advised to check directly with your doctor or specialist doctor so that evaluation and treatment can be done as needed. The doctor will perform a systematic history, a comprehensive physical examination, and may consider supporting examinations if there are indications, for example: blood tests, heart records (ECG), echocardiography, and chest x-rays. As a suggestion, you can take the following steps:
Drink at least 8 glasses of water a day
Eat balanced nutritious food regularly
Wear clothes that are not too thick and are made from which absorb sweat, for example: cotton
Manage stress well
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