Sweating is one of the metabolic processes when the body seeks to adjust body temperature to the environment by removing saline-containing fluid through the sweat glands. Another case with excessive sweating that tends to occur without a trigger, this condition is called hiperidrose and usually occurs due to the presence of certain diseases. There are two types of excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis, namely primary focal hyperhidrosis or sweat in certain parts, and secondary general hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating throughout the body.
Not only that, certain medications and supplements can also be the cause of excessive sweating. For example, antibiotics, blood pressure medications, dry mouth medications, and psychiatric medications. Some people may feel annoyed, but some underestimate the condition of the body that experiences excessive sweating. But you are advised to begin consulting with your doctor if you experience some of the following.
– The amount of sweat that comes out of the body more and more
– All parts of your body experience excessive sweating and not just in certain parts