Don't know what cause is. any help appreciated
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replied October 24th, 2015
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Sweating is a normal autonomic response to manage the body temperature in warm blooded vertebrates including Humans.

Depending on the body composition and genetic make up, some people sweat more and others less.

If you are on any medications that increase the body metabolism and temperature, then your body would sweat more to reduce your body temperature.

If measures like antiperspirants and absorbent clothing are not helping, consulting your doctor for medications that can help control your perspiration can be helpful. Some medications like Anti-cholinergic medications can be prescribed for you by your doctor.

If you have any doubts, or concerns consult your doctor and seek a proper medical opinion.



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