What Causes Sweating While Eating?

Sweat is a body’s natural cooling system designed to keep us cool when we are hot. In most cases, sweating occurs due to increased heat in the body. Sweating can also occur from lack of blood flow or from stress/exhaustion. However, there are many possible causes of sweat while eating that involve the digestive tract. It may appear as though you have a fever because your body is trying too hard to fight off an infection or disease in your gut and it sends extra fluid through your esophagus and mouth for this purpose. This is why people with gastritis often feel sick when they eat certain foods such as fried food, fatty meat, coffee & tea etc..

Some diseases associated with acid reflux include:

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