How to Know if You Have Excessive Sweat?
How to Know if You Have Excessive Sweat
Do you sweat too much? Looking how unpleasant perspiration is, it’s no surprise that many are self-conscious about the problem and may imagine that they actually have a problem with excessive sweat. How can you tell if your perspiration is normal or if it’s something for which you should see a doctor? Confused with it? Anyway here’s a help
For one thing, be highly hygienic of your environment. Sometimes people think they have excessive sweat when they work in a conjusted or stuffy office or so. You may not notice it because the body gets adjusted to the surrounding environment very quickly, so try to give it some thought the minute you walk into your office or shop. See if visitors mention how warm it is. Adjust the thermostat or bring in a small fan to cut down on excessive sweat, as it will free you from warmth, and mind what you’re wearing as well. Many fabrics are meant to hold in body heat like black colour shirts or T-SHIRTS, as it absorbs heat A LOT, so ditch the wool, polyester, and nylon and switch to cotton and linen fabrics. These may sound like very basic and simple reminders, and they actually are, but they go a long way toward cutting down on excessive sweat for a long time.
If you perform these things accordingly and notice that you still have a problem, check other factors such as your own weight and whether or not you have an illness or are taking medication that will cause excessive sweat, some prescriptions (medicines) do cause sweat. Body fat is a great insulator for body heat and can cause perspiration, and problems with a thyroid gland, a hormonal imbalance, and of course menopause can all wreak havoc with one’s internal thermostat.