Monday, 22 February 2016

What Causes Excessive Sweating

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What causes excessive sweating TRANSCRIPT

Hello! I'm Dave. After watching this one-minute video, you will be able to know more about what causes excessive sweating. Let's discuss now our main topic.

Sweating is essential because it cools down our body's temperature. As the body's temperature increases, millions of very small sweat glands become activated. The activation of the sweat glands opens the pores, which releases sweat. The release of body sweat makes your body temperature decrease.

One of the major ways to activate the internal heating system of our bodies is through exercise. Aside from this, certain emotions that we feel can cause sweating. Being angry and stressed are just some of the situations that can make you perspire.


In addition, eating spicy foods can trigger your sweat glands. Your body responds to the heat caused by the spicy foods through sweating. Having a fever also makes you sweat. The high temperature in your body must be lowered so your body must sweat for your to return to a normal temperature.


The nicotine from smoking causes the release of acetylcholine, which stimulates the sweat glands. Medicines for diabetes, depression, and high blood pressure can also make you sweat.

Those are the things that can make you sweat. I hope you learned something from the video. Click on the button or link to watch another presentation about hyperhidrosis and how you can cure excessive sweating in just 48 hours

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