Excessive sweating is a common problem that can cause discomfort and embarrassment. If you sweat excessively, it can lead to unwanted body odor, which may make you feel uncomfortable when in public or at work. Excessive sweating also increases the likelihood of acquiring certain health conditions such as athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), ringworm (tinea corporis) , athlete’s foot (tinea cruris), fungal infections of the feet or nails, cellulitis, diaper rash , skin rashes in general including eczema and psoriasis. It isn’t just that these chronic diseases are more likely to occur with excessive sweating; they’re also more difficult to treat once they do occur.
So why do some people get sweaty palms while others don’t? What causes this type of problem? And how exactly does excessive perspiration happen? To answer these questions we must first understand what sweat itself is made up of — its composition. Sweat consists mainly of water held together by proteins called electrolytes along with other substances like urea which helps maintain normal blood pressure levels within the body and sodium chloride . A small amount of ammonia occurs naturally within our bodies but most comes from eating foods high in protein like meats which contains amino acids that break down into ammonia during digestion process — this is why your urine may smell fishy after eating meat!2
The basic chemistry involved in causing excessive sweating goes something like this… When the hypothalamus senses increased heat production by an area