Healing Online: When the weather is hot, the sweat glands start to work and secrete sweat. Sweating is the body’s natural way of cooling itself.
When sweat evaporates from the surface of the skin, it absorbs body heat.
But when the air is humid, you feel more warm, because in humid air the sweat does not evaporate from the skin.
2- Getting angry
When you are angry, stress hormones are released, which increase your heart rate and blood pressure, and raise your body temperature, which causes you to sweat.
Getting angry is normal at times, but it can be a sign of trouble when you are always and regularly angry.
Sweating is the body’s natural way of cooling itself.
Sweating from exercise is good. When you sweat, the amount of body fluids decreases. So in these cases, and especially in hot weather, it is better to drink water and fluids.
Remember to drink plenty of water and fluids before, during and after exercise to avoid dehydration.
This method makes the body temperature does not change significantly and you do the exercise well.
4- Being under stress and nervous pressure
Stress, anger and embarrassment can be reasons for sweating.
Stress causes the sweat glands in the palms and soles of the feet to work.
This is because the hands tremble when they are nervous.
When you have a fever, your brain raises your body temperature slightly.
When the brain raises the temperature, you feel cold and shivering.
This feeling of fever and chills is because the body is defending itself against the entry of germs.
When the fever goes away and the body temperature reaches 37 degrees Celsius, you feel hot and sweat.
Sweating cools the body.
6. Getting sick is a reason to sweat
Sweating is not just about fever.
Sweating can be a sign of angina (chest pain), heart attack, infection, diabetes and an overactive thyroid gland.
Some diseases such as:
Cancer and AIDS can cause night sweats.
If you sweat for no reason, see your doctor.
Drinking a cup of coffee in the morning can wake you up and make you sweat.
Coffee increases sweating in two ways:
Caffeine in coffee stimulates the central nervous system, which in turn activates the sweat glands.
– The heat obtained from a hot drink causes the body to heat up and sweat.
8- Spicy foods
Spicy foods stimulate nerve receptors and the body thinks it is hot and sweats.
During menopause, low estrogen secretion affects the hypothalamus and body temperature, causing hot flashes in postmenopausal women.
No matter how cold the air, hot flashes can make you feel like you have a lighted oven inside.
To dissipate excess heat, blood vessels in the skin dilate, forcing sweat glands to function.
This will reduce the burning sensation in you.
10. Excessive alcohol consumption
Alcohol consumption dilates blood vessels in the skin and increases sweating.
11- Side effects of some drugs
Sweating is one of the side effects of medications, including:
Antidepressants, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), blood pressure medications, cancer medications and some diabetes medications.
The nicotine in cigarettes releases acetylcholine into the body.
Acetylcholine stimulates the sweat glands and increases heart rate, blood pressure and body temperature.
13- Falling in love
When you fall in love, your brain releases substances like adrenaline.
These substances are known as love chemicals.
These substances increase the heart rate, palm sweating and other symptoms.
Hormones secreted during pregnancy and increased metabolism can stimulate the sweat glands and increase sweating.
During this time you should drink plenty of fluids so that your body and the fetus are not exposed to dehydration.
Source: Healing Online