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Excessive Sweating After Exercise
I am experiencing excessive sweating (worsened by: after exercise) and genital itching. White plaque on tongue and dry mouth. I'm also spitting alot?
I am experiencing frequent urination and excessive sweating (worsened by: psychological stress, after exercise, warm weather) happens at any time, eating a meal, getting a haircut, in a pub with friends. Mainly from my face though, hard to go out now?
Why do I have excessive sweating is it bad? Also I get panting very soon when I do some exercise even though I have a normal weight and physique why?
Experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress). HR around 115 when I wake up. Excessive sweating while exercise. Reason?
Hyperhydrosis: It not all that uncommon. Keep yourself well hydrated and wear cool breathable clothing. You can try a stronger anti persperant like certain dry over the counter. If its a real problem there is some benefit to Botox injections in the really sweaty spots like armpits. ...Read more
Depends: How badly does it bother you? Does it stink or is it just non-smelly sweating? You should discuss this with your primary care doctor who might recommend a dermatologist to look into this further. ...Read more
1: Are you losing weight without trying?
2: Are you sleeping properly?
3: Have you had your blood count checked?
4: Have you had your thyroid gland checked?
The list goes on. Please gather your concerns and make an appointment to see your doctor as soon as possible.
It is likely that you have no problems that cannot be resolved quickly but don't take chances. ...Read more
HYPERHIDROSIS: HYPERHIDROSIS OR EXCESSIVE sweating demands a through evaluation. A full exam and labs especially TFTS and HA1C to evaluate for diabetes. If the workup is normal, there is a topical therapy called DRYSOL. Also Botox injections are very helpful and if that fails there are surgical options as well. ...Read more
Yes: There are a few reasons for this. Someone 210 lb (i.e. 15 stone) is doing the work of someone 140 lb (10 stone), but carrying a 70 lb (5 stone) sack. More work=more energy=more heat. Also, fat cells are living cells that produce heat. The more cells you have, the more heat you produce, and the more you may have to sweat to dissipate excess heat. This is true at rest as well as with activity. ...Read more
No.: Talcum powder will absorb sweat that has already been excreted, but it cannot prevent sweating; your sweat glands don't know whether you are applying powder or not. Several preventative treatments, both topical and oral, are available, but most require a prescription. ...Read more
Sweating: Sage? You may need botox.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sweating & Stress: Best way is to work on your stress. What are you sensitive to? What seems to trigger it? How do you respond? Psychotherapy can help you explore these areas and learn to deal with them so that your body won't have to go into sympathetic overdrive (with sweating). See your family doctor to look @ overall health. If needed, certain medications can help also. Relaxation exercises on your own. ...Read more
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In Walnut Creek in the summer??? You're asking too much!
Just kidding. At least check thyroid function. Assuming you're not a diabetic on Insulin experiencing hypoglycemia, the only other endocrine condition to consider would be pheochromocytoma/paraganglioma, which are rare as hens' teeth.
Could be good ol' (idiopathic) hyperhydrosis. ...Read more
Once size does not fit all. I would start at your local grocery and spend some time looking at the information on each of the available products.
When you find one you think will work best start by taking the smallest, least expensive product. You hope will work. ...Read more
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You first need: A medical evaluation to determine if there is a medical problem causing your sweating. Apparently there are other medical problems or you wouldn't be on your current medication. ...Read more
Sweating: Before you go for creams or ointments please contact your doctor and get his/her advice. It could be a chemical reaction or it could be an emotional problem. Your doctor will help you. ...Read more
A number of medical problems can cause excessive sweating.
Are you losing weight?
Are you needing to go to the toilet more often now than before?
Is your heart rate increasing?
There are many other reasons why you have this problem. If possible I would recommend you see your doctor soon. ...Read more
Excessive sweating during workout with chills...? I'm fit 125lbs. What could cause this should I worry?
Physiology: Sweating is one of the body's mechanisms for reducing core temperature which goes up due to muscular activity. Chilling is a mechanism to raise the body temperature, again by muscular activity. It is possible that by sweating excessively you are activating the hypothalamic mechanisms that regulate body temperature and these stimuli create the symptoms you are experiencing. Hope this helps. ...Read more
What is the best medication I could take for excessive sweating from methadone? I'm on methadone matanace program. 170 mg.
Hyperhydrosis: Important to determine that it is not from another source such as thyroid disease. Methadone commonly causes sweating. If you have exhausted non drug treatments then the Alpha adrenergic agonist clonidine (catapress) can be used in low does. Also anticholinergic medications can be used. ...Read more
I hv hypo throid and am on throx 75mg which controls my disease but my problem is excessive sweating. Plz guide me to control this?
Sweating hypothyroid: Underactive thyroid if replaced in physiological amounts should not cause incresed sweating you should talk to your physcian to rule out other causes of hyperhidrosis if all fails you can use prescription strength antiperspirant or anticholinergics agents latter will have side effects. ...Read more
My average body temp is 35.5C for years and I have excessive sweating that lowers my temp below 35. I feel fine, no symptoms. Should I be worried?
No: If you are feeling fine and no complaints then it is fine. You can get thyroid and other blood tests if you want. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
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