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Repeated abnormal sweating phenomenon, or related to these 4 diseases, need to be observed carefully

Posting time:2022-10-06 01:47:35

Repeated abnormal sweating phenomenon, or related to these 4 diseases, need to be observed carefully

Sweating is a physiological function of the body to regulate body temperature and excretion. For example, if the ambient temperature is too high, or if you exercise a lot for a long time, the human body will sweat a lot. But at this time, as long as you pay attention to the regulation of the ambient temperature and take proper rest, this sweating phenomenon will soon be relieved. However, in daily life, there are many people who sweat at every turn. Many people think that this situation is related to disease. Is this true? Is sweating at every turn related to disease? If you are under high temperature, or you are mentally stressed, and sweating during a lot of exercise, it is a natural physiological phenomenon and has nothing to do with the disease. However, if it is in a lower temperature environment or in a static state, there will still be repeated sweating, accompanied by some other discomforts, which are indeed related to some diseases. Especially when suffering from the following diseases, it will make people prone to sweating. 1. Hyperthyroidism Hyperthyroidism is a disease caused by excessive secretion of thyroxine. Once suffering from hyperthyroidism, the excitability of the patient's digestive, circulatory, nervous and other systems will increase rapidly, and the body's metabolism will be hyperactive. As a result, patients may experience increased food intake, increased stool frequency, body weight loss, and rapid heartbeat. In addition, the patient will develop heat intolerance. Even in a cooler environment, it is easy to sweat. It is accompanied by agitation, irritability, and difficulty concentrating. 2. Diabetes After suffering from diabetes, if it is not treated in time, or the blood sugar control is unstable, it is easy for the patient to develop peripheral neuropathy. Then the patient will experience repeated abnormal itching of the skin, tingling sensation on the toes or fingers, and a feeling of ant lines. The patient will also have very obvious abnormal sweating phenomenon, especially when sleeping at night, the patient's upper body is prone to sweating, such as the chest, back, parts, neck or head. 3. Severe calcium deficiency If there is a serious calcium deficiency, it will induce sympathetic overexcitation. The sweat glands are innervated by the sympathetic nerves. Once the sympathetic nerves are abnormally excited, the normal function of the sweat glands will be affected. It causes the sweat glands to continuously produce and secrete sweat, resulting in abnormal sweating, and repeated low back pain, leg pain, and easy fractures. If a child is severely calcium deficient, the back of the head of the child will have very obvious sweating during sleep. Fourth, myocardial infarction myocardial infarction in acute attack, the patient will appear very obvious phenomenon of sweating. Due to the blockage of the coronary arteries, severe ischemia, hypoxia and necrosis of the myocardium will occur, which will rapidly increase the concentration of norepinephrine in the patient's body, which will cause abnormal sweating. This kind of sweating is cold sweat, and the patient's skin will be very clammy and cold, and it will be accompanied by a pale complexion, a drop in blood pressure, and a series of symptoms such as chest pain, chest tightness, difficulty breathing, and emotional irritability. Therefore, if the phenomenon of easy sweating occurs repeatedly in daily life, it is generally related to some diseases. In addition to the above four diseases, if you suffer from hypoglycemia or suffer from pheocytoma, you will also experience repeated sweating. Therefore, once this happens, you must quickly go to a regular hospital for treatment, and give corresponding treatment according to the cause, in order to protect your health to the greatest extent.

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