How To Eliminate Sweating?

In some cases, sweating can be a symptom of an underlying problem. In others, it is normal and healthy. Sweating has been implicated in ridding the body of toxins as well as eliminating waste products that have built up from daily activity, such as those produced by exercise or even stress. When excessive sweating occurs (more than is necessary), however, it may indicate a medical condition – or one that can be managed with simple lifestyle changes:

Sweating during hot days (more than two per day) and cold nights (more than two per night) indicates you are having too much heat exposure – this could be due to dehydration , extreme temperatures or not drinking enough water; See our article on Dehydration for more information;

(more than two per day) and cold nights (more than two per night) indicates you are having too much heat exposure – this could be due to , extreme temperatures or not drinking enough water; See our article on Dehydration for more information; Excessive perspiration during physical exertion suggests something else may need attention – see our articles on Exertional Rhabdomyolysis and Exercise-Induced Muscle Cramping ;

suggests something else may need attention – see our articles on and ; Persistent damp underclothing , especially at night means your sweat glands aren’t working correctly – they just haven’t had time to produce sweat yet because you haven’t been active enough . If your clothing doesn’t dry out

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