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Thursday, July 09, 2009 Constantly sweating, Community Member, asks

Q: Why do I sweat so much, even in the winter, when I'm cleaning or cooking supper or exercising,

I sweat all the time, If I exert my self in anyway my hair gets soaking wet, I have mitrovalve prolaspe but take medicine for it, no problem with that. No matter what I do I sweat, Everyone could be doing the same thing I'm doing, and they don't sweat hardly at all. What could it be, I'm 63 and female. I'm on alot of medication, but I don't think it's that. Not to long ago I  went to a dinner and everone was dancing, By the end of the night I looked as if I took a shower, my hair was so wet.

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Lisa Nelson, Health Pro
7/10/09 11:58am

Hi Constantly sweating,


There's a medical condition called hyperhidrosis caused by overactive sweat glands.  I recommend discussing with your physician to determine treatment options.


All the best,

Lisa Nelson RD

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By Constantly sweating, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/16/10, First Published: 07/09/09