Excessive Sweating When Sick?

Excessive sweating is a well-known symptom of many illnesses. For example, when exercising or in hot weather, people sweat more than usual. Excessive sweating may also occur during times of stress or nervousness. This condition usually goes away once the illness has passed.[1]

23. What are some ways I can reduce my chances of getting sick?

There are numerous things you can do to help prevent getting sick: Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds (more if possible). If soap & water don’t cut it, use hand sanitizer before eating food prepared by others. Stay away from places where other people might have been exposed to germs such as public transportation or school/work surfaces etc.. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and genitals – they are the most common paths for infection transmission! Don’t share personal items like toothbrushes & razors etc., especially around children who sometimes carry items home from daycare that could be contaminated with bacteria that cause ear infections.[2] See here on how to keep your family healthy all year long!

24) How will I know what’s wrong with me if I get sick? Do doctors really know best?

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