I am 55 yrs old male and sweat easily , When working sweat pours of me at times , i.e when temp is up 27 C and or humidity is up. any excersion also triggers sweating even at 10 C. I have no real reaction till temps around 6C or up 40 C + . I have had quad By pass etc. I work as a maint fitter welder, walk 5-7 K daily and swim 500-1000 meter almost daily. The reason I am asking is I have read a lot about sweat and heart relationship. Is there a problem????
Yes, sometimes sweating is related to heart disease, however, it is usually a nocturnal problem....in other words a person will sweat heavily while asleep. If you were having heart problems to that degree you wouldn't be able to be doing all of the exercising you are describing. I would get your thyroid checked as that can be another reason for heavy sweating.
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