Why Even Though I Was Running But Did Not Sweat At All? Does It Hurt
, I have already run away “tuhhh, but why isn’t there any sweating or skli … ?? Are I not healthy or what ?? Please explain …
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Sweat is produced by sweat glands on the surface of the skin. The production of sweat is influenced by the body's metabolism, which is regulated by the autonomic nervous system. This sweat is one of the ways the body releases excess excess heat from metabolism. A person can produce less sweat or even not produce sweat at all due to a reasonable cause, but can also indicate an illness.
In reasonable conditions, you can not sweat at all even though you have quite a lot of physical activity, for example if you are in a cold or windy environment. If this is the condition that you experience, of course no specific treatment is recommended.
However, if you are not sweating at all, even if you are in a hot environment and have a heavy physical activity, especially when other complaints appear more severe, such as dizziness, cramps or muscle weakness, redness of the skin and face, and the body feels hot, it could be your condition including anhidrosis. Anhidrosis can occur due to congenital abnormalities in the sweat glands in the skin. It could also be, anhidrosis occurs due to dehydration, metabolic disorders (for example in patients with Fabry's disease), connective gland disorders (for example due to Sjogren's syndrome), skin damage (such as burns or psoriasis), or nerve damage (such as due to diabetes, Guillain's syndrome) Barre). Some types of drugs, such as morphine, botulinum toxin type A, or even antipsychotic drugs can cause anhidrosis. If this condition does not get the right treatment, body heat will accumulate, so you will be vulnerable to dangerous complications, and can even lead to death.
Therefore, if your condition seems worrisome, do not hesitate to consult a doctor or dermatologist for a more in-depth examination, right? In the meantime, you don't need to worry too much. Always maintain your personal hygiene, exercise regularly, and keep on living a healthy lifestyle to avoid the risk of dangerous diseases.
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