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My Head Sweats A Lot
My head sweats a lot, even with light activity ( like vacuuming) by the time i'm done my head and hair are soaked with sweat. Is this normal?
NOT NORMAL: See an specialist endocrinologist or even a family doctor to refer you to the right professional ...Read more
I'm 36. Cannot lose weight (healthy diet/exercise reg.) low libido, chronic constipation, dry skin on legs and my head sweats a lot! help!
Can't lose wt: Goblue, I am sorry you are having problems losing weight. If you haven't been checked out by your physician i would suggest doing so to make sure there are no underling physical problems. Hypnotherapy has been proven very effective in weight loss. Make sure you go to a licensed and certified mental health professional who does hypnotherapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 6 month old son's head sweats a lot when he sleeps and its been like that for months now. What could that be about?
Many possiblities: Make sure the room isn't too warm. Make sure he isn't over dressed. Or, he might just be someone who sweats easily. In any case, if he's comfortable, eating and growing well, and he wakes up rested, he's probably ok. If he's cranky, not eating or growing well, or in any other way unwell, see your pediatrician. ...Read more
My 3yr old son had a PDA a closure and has a diagnosed coronary fisula which is being monitored. His head sweats a lot when sleeping.How can I help?
See below: There are lots of causes for sweating and cardiac disease is one cause. However the lesions you mention should not be causing this. I would make sure no obvious causes like room to warm, over dressed or too many blankets. If not the case you should discuss with the pediatrician to address other causes for the sweating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: It is typical of an imbalance in the autonomic (automatic) nervous system. By far the commonest cause is the nature of diet, particularly sugar in all its different forms. Sweating like this is typical of dysautonomia. Go to my blog entitled "oxygen, the spark of life" it explains why dysautonomia is so common. ...Read more
Hyperhidrosis: He may have primary hyperhidrosis (cause unknown and more common) or secondary hyperhidrosis (due to underlying medical condition such as thyroid or endocrine problem). Primary hyperhidrosis is treated with topicals (ie: aluminum chloride or drysol), iontophoresis, or botox. Secondary is treated by addressing the underlying medical condition. ...Read more
I have a 6 month old baby boy he has a very hot head at times and sweats a lot. Is it normal to have a very hot head?
Probably ok: This is probably ok. It is summertime and hot in most areas of the US now. Be sure and dress him lightly, just a onsie. Check for temperature with a rectal thermometer, if it is over 99.4 undress him completely and recheck it. Sometimes babies just get a bit warm. Anything above 100.4 and you need to let your pediatrician know. ...Read more
My 6 month old baby boy has a very hot head and he sweats a lot. I checked with doctor he says its normal. But I m worried.is it normal?
My face, scalp and back of neck sweats a lot. I am always hot. When others are cold, I am sweating. Not really the rest of my body, just my head. ?
Maxim...: ...Is an otc antiperspirant, available online, that i've found effective (no financial interest). If that doesn't work, the drionic device (also available online) is effective for some. Oral prescription medications are available, but they tend to cause side effects and i try to avoid them whenever possible. Sometimes they are necessary, though, to control this embarrassing problem. ...Read more
How do I stop excessive sweating? Im not overweight but i sweat a lot. Underarms, hands, chest, face, back and other areas even my head. Help
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