Sweating around the neck is caused by excessive sweating in this area. It may be due to a number of reasons, including: The presence of an underlying medical condition that causes something referred to as “hyperhidrosis” (more on that below).
The production of excess sweat gland secretions. This can result from medicines taken for hormonal disorders, stress, dieting and other factors.
A thyroid disorder causing high levels of hormone iodine or low levels of vitamin B3 (niacin). This can lead to excessive sweating at night even when you are not stressed out or anxious.
Certain antihistamines such as hydroxyzine (Atarax) which cause drowsiness and sleepiness during the day but keep you awake at night if taken at bedtime; however using them only occasionally will usually eliminate this side effect without any drug interactions with other medications you might take; they also work well for cold symptoms. Antihistamine use should always be discussed with your primary care physician before starting therapy because certain drugs like haldol (haloperidol), cyproheptadine (periactin) and triazolam could make your skin itch more easily; these highly effective anti-psychotics are sometimes prescribed for severe anxiety disorders like social phobia but it’s best not to take them if there’s no real need since they have a very strong sedative effect — some people experience a worsening in their quality of life after