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Anhidrosis - Sweating and body odor

Anhidrosis sometimes goes unrecognized until a substantial amount of heat or exertion fails to cause sweating. Overall lack of sweating can be life threatening because the body will overheat. If the lack of sweating is localized, it is usually not as dangerous. Sitting in the heat of the sun, working out at the gym, giving a presentation at work - all of these things can make you sweat. It's both natural and healthy to sweat under these conditions. In fact, when you're exposed to heat, exercising strenuously or under extreme emotional stress, you may lose several quarts of fluid in perspiration.

Sometimes, however, the complex mechanism of perspiration goes awry, resulting in either excessive perspiration (hyperhidrosis) or little or no perspiration (anhidrosis). Excessive sweating can be embarrassing and may sometimes signal a more serious health problem. Anhidrosis is potentially life-threatening.

Yet for most people, sweating is simply a minor nuisance. The odor that sometimes occurs when you sweat is probably more upsetting. Although perspiration is basically odorless, it can take on an unpleasant smell when it comes into contact with bacteria on your skin. If you find this offensive, you're not alone - Americans spend hundreds of millions of dollars a year on antiperspirants and deodorants.

Signs and symptoms

Healthy people sweat. But when, where and how much vary widely. Factors that cause most people to sweat include:

  • Exercise, especially strenuous exercise

  • Hot weather

  • Nervousness, anxiety or stress

Perspiration that's triggered by emotion is most likely to occur on your face, underarms, palms and the soles of your feet. But how much you sweat and even the way your sweat smells can be influenced by your mood, certain foods and beverages, some drugs and medical conditions, and even by your hormone levels. What's more — unfair as it seems — some people inherit a tendency to sweat heavily, especially on their soles and palms.

Because it's almost impossible to define normal sweating, try to learn what's normal for you. That will help you pinpoint any unusual changes.

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