It is not uncommon to have excessive sweating, particularly when you are suffering from certain health conditions. It can be embarrassing and inconvenient especially if it occurs in public especially during summer hot summers. Read more on this below.
The causes of excessive sweating are many but the most common include chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol level etc which have an effect on your sweat glands. Apart from these there could also be psychological factors that influence the perception of how hot or uncomfortable you feel after perspiring a lot, for example if someone has insulted you earlier in life then they may still trigger this response even today because their insults were perceived by them as personal attacks rather than being considered objectively true.
For some people who sweat excessively it might be due to physical reasons like obesity where fat tissue creates toxins that cause excess sweating . Excess weight combined with sedentary lifestyle often makes people prone to developing serious illnesses including cardiovascular disease (CVD) where increased heat production leads to unwanted fluids forming in the body’s tissues causing swelling leading ultimately to heart attack or stroke.
Moreover poor diet resulting in too much salt intake over time may result in hyperhidrosis whereby the body cannot excrete excess salt through normal urination processes hence causing sweaty palms and feet instead which further triggers anxiety and depression among sufferers thus preventing them pursuing any form of exercise program thereby worsening their condition! Another group suffering from excessive sweating is those suffering with neurological disorders like Parkinson’s Disease however