Sweating is a natural function of the body. It can occur in response to heat, cold or exercise (exercise-induced perspiration). It can also be triggered by emotions like fear, anger and anxiety.
However, excessive sweating from the head may indicate an underlying cause that needs medical treatment or attention. Some people develop hyperhidrosis (abnormally high levels of sweat) but do not have any other symptoms associated with it. In these cases, consult your doctor to rule out any underlying condition that could be responsible for the excessive sweating from the head.
What are some possible causes of extreme sweating from the head?