The Cause Of Sweating A Lot After Drinking Water?
I want to ask? r nWhy every time I drink water I immediately sweat so much?
Actually there is no direct relationship between drinking water and sweating. If after drinking water you sweat a lot, this could be due to other factors that are not directly related to drinking water, for example when you are in a hot environment or weather, or you are experiencing anxiety or tension.
However, excessive sweating can also be an indication of an underlying medical problem. The condition of excessive sweating or medically referred to as hyperhidrosis can basically be classified into:
Primary hyperhidrosis, which is excessive sweating in certain areas of the body (such as the palms of the hands or feet, head, face, armpits and so on). This condition is triggered by hyperactivity of the sweat glands, the underlying cause is not yet known. Secondary hyperhidrosis, is a condition of excessive sweating throughout the body and is caused by an underlying disease such as: Thyroid hormone disorders Heart disorders TB Diabetes Lung disorders Malignancy If you experience excessive sweating, it's a good idea to visit a doctor so that it can be checked more continue to ascertain the cause. Thus the appropriate treatment will be provided for you according to the basic conditions.
Meanwhile, to reduce the complaints of excessive sweating, you are advised to wear cool clothes and try to be in a cool environment. It's best to avoid consuming drinks and foods that trigger sweating, for example those with hot temperatures, spicy foods, or spices. In addition, it is also recommended that you minimize stress which can trigger excessive sweating.
Related information can be read here:
Causes of excessive sweating
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