Why Do You Sweat On The Back Of Your Head When You Sleep?
Good evening doctor, I’m 26. Like sweating on the back of your head when you sleep, why? Explanation please
Thank you for your question.
Sweating in general is normal for everyone. Because sweating is the process of removing toxins or poisons in the body or releasing salt in the body, this is usually influenced by temperature, exercise, stress, food, or disease.
Excessive sweating is a condition that needs to be watched out for, excessive sweating can appear on only a few parts of the body, such as: palms, nose, feet, armpits, head or face. Or regarding all parts of the body that are usually caused due to other diseases, such as: heart disease, thyroid, sugar, infectious diseases, and anxiety.
If you only experience sweating on one side of the body, then you may experience vitamin D deficiency, which is where vitamin D deficiency has several symptoms:
depression - which is where vitamin D helps to produce the happiness hormone headache pain fatigue sweating If you experience it and it is very disruptive to the activity, then you can consult yourself to an internist. This serves to find out the cause of excessive sweating, whether there are other infectious diseases or not.
But if the complaint is not severe, then you can do a few tips including:
consumption of plenty of fluids can bask in the sun for 10 minutes from 9-11 am consuming foods containing vitamin D such as: sea fish, mushrooms, shrimp, oysters. consumption of vitamin D Hopefully useful. Always healthy 😊