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Sweating too much?

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I don't know what is causing this but I sweat a lot for no damn reason. Right sitting down, I'm sweating. Is there anything that can be done to stop the excessive sweating?

 

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6 minutes ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

It's called menopause. :D

LOL. I'm not a female. :P 

 

 

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probably humidity , But do check up with a doctor if you can , Just sayin' . excessive sweating can be a sign of something devious if it's that :ph34r:.

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Get your thyroid hormones checked and blood gas analysis. Might be something with your thyroid or just some ions missing or maybe your are getting a little sick?

 

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1 hour ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

Have you put on weight recently?

I found more fat = more sweat.

I'm actually loosing weight. :/ not gaining

1 hour ago, Tech_Dreamer said:

probably humidity , But do check up with a doctor if you can , Just sayin' . excessive sweating can be a sign of something devious if it's that :ph34r:.

Will do.

38 minutes ago, Nicnac said:

Get your thyroid hormones checked and blood gas analysis. Might be something with your thyroid or just some ions missing or maybe your are getting a little sick?

I've had my thyroid  checked 2 weeks ago it was okay. :/ 

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Some people just sweat a lot, welcome to the club.
From what I remember it has something to do with how efficient your muscles work. Some muscles can generate a lot of heat very quickly and get to their optimal state very quickly, others take way longer. You are blessed with muscles which get in their optimal working condition very easily but that also means if you use them they get hot very quickly. Your body needs to cool this down and it does so by sweating.

My advice, find a deodorant which doesn't have any perfume in it and have it with you always so you can use it if you think you smell. Also make sure you keep drinking a lot of water and don't drink any thrash drinks (things with a lot of non natural flavors) those things tend to make your sweat smell a lot.
You could think about taking some clothing from mack weldon (one of the LTT sponsors) because they have anti microbial clothing with will also make sure your sweat doesn't smell that much.
I don't know what kind of work you do etc, but personally for example I always have an extra shirt in my car somewhere in case I sweat to much on a certain task (say I have to move some stuff around and then go to a customer to talk about stuff). Some co-workers might give you a weird look the first time you change your shirt halfway trough the day. but nobody will complain and often they will only appreciate it.

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Have you considered botox or iontophoresis? These two treatments are often done by dermatologists. 

 

Also, are you currently overweight? If yes, losing weight helps in reducing excessive perspiration. Also wear light clothing when its hot. I don’t know if this home remedy is effective but I read somewhere before that immersing perspiring hands and feet in warm green or black tea. They say that the tannins in tea can act as a mild astringent that closes pores and reduces perspiration. 

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