Why Excessive Sweating Happens?

Excessive sweating can be due to several reasons:

*An imbalance in the nervous system, which causes excessive sweating. The autonomic nervous system controls involuntary body functions such as heart rate and digestion. Some of these functions are controlled by nerves located within the hypothalamus gland in the brain; this is called sympathetic nerve stimulation (SSS). When there’s a low level of SSS, you might not sweat very much at all; when there’s too much stimulation from this or other areas in your nervous system, you might experience frequent hot flashes and/or sweats.*Hormone imbalances that cause excess sweating. For example, if a woman has high levels of estrogen relative to progesterone during her menstrual cycle or if she’s taking birth control pills for more than three months without adjusting her dose to match changes in hormone levels.*Pharmaceutical drug reactions that cause excessive sweating.*Metabolic disorders such as hypothyroidism may also lead to increased perspiration because they interfere with normal function of many glands involved with metabolism and temperature regulation.*Infections that spread via the bloodstream including infections caused by parasites like malaria and leishmaniasis may result in extreme sweating accompanied by chills, fever, muscle aches and fatigue*.Other diseases resulting from an abnormal immune response include lupus erythematosus*, autoimmune hemolytic anemia*, rheumatoid arthritis* , multiple sclerosis* , systemic lupus

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