The 1st thing to check is for infection. If there are no signs of fever or infection, then your pediatrician can help you find appropriate home remedies. You should also keep in mind that some people may experience excessive sweating when they’re actually under stress due to heat conditions outside the home. And remember, it’s normal for babies and children to sweat more than adults because their bodies produce less sweat than an adult body would when under similar circumstances.
How do I prevent my child from getting overheated?
Check out these easy tips on how to avoid hot summer days: