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75 Possible Causes for Hyperhidrosis, Increased Sweating, Muscle Mass Decreased

  • Metabolic Syndrome

    Adipose tissue increases the production of male hormones ( androgens ) and obese patients are also at greater risk of polycystic ovarian syndrome.[] Regular physical activity increases energy turnover followed by a decrease of visceral fat mass.[] Obesity Obese patients are prone to rashes in body folds ( intertrigo ) due to sweating, occlusion, the skin surfaces rubbing together, and inverse psoriasis.[]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Examples include: Metronidazole : provokes unpleasant symptoms including flushing, palpitations, sweating, dizziness, headache, nausea and vomiting Sedating antihistamines[] Low body temperature Muscle weakness and atrophy ( loss of tissue mass ) Problems with walk (gait) and coordination The person may appear poorly nourished.[] Both physical dependence (withdrawal symptoms such as nausea, sweating, tremors, and delirium resulting from abstinence) and tolerance (the need to increase alcohol intake[]

  • Obesity

    In elderly patients, obesity induces a decrease in skeletal muscle strength and mass, which is linked to age-related sarcopenia.[] mass, decreasing in starvation and increasing during resistive activity when sufficient protein was ingested.[] Because muscle enlargement is absent or minimized when loads are not lifted, even with adequate nutrition, we postulate that some of the genes or genotypes by which resistance[]

  • Acromegaly

    Other, less visible signs of acromegaly are increased sweating, constant and at times debilitating headaches, visual disturbances, and increase in hair growth.[] […] the insidious nature of the disease, is generally based on symptoms of excess growth hormone, such as acral enlargement, soft-tissue swelling, arthralgia, jaw prognathism, hyperhidrosis[] […] tissues and a decrease in muscle mass.[]

  • Menopause

    If taken any way other than by tablet, there is also no increased risk of heart attacks or strokes For sweats and flushes Lifestyle changes with increased aerobic exercise[] Also known as “sleep hyperhidrosis”, night sweats aren't actually a sleep disorder, but a common perspiration disorder that occurs during sleep in menopausal women.[] Due to a decrease in muscle mass and slowing of your metabolism, it’s more important than ever to limit processed foods and focus on eating a clean diet.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    Increased or decreased sweating. Nerve damage can disrupt how your sweat glands work and make it difficult for your body to control its temperature properly.[] Glucose levels also take longer to return to normal, in part because of increased accumulation of visceral and abdominal fat and decreased muscle mass.[] muscle mass.[]

  • Thyrotoxic Heart Disease

    sweating, heat intolerance, warm skin, excessive perspiration, menstrual changes, hand tremor, polydipsia and increased appetite ( J Am Geriatr Soc 1996;44:50 ) Late symptoms[] Beta-blockers : The indications include tachycardia and supraventricular arrhythmias, eyelid retraction, tremor, and hyperhidrosis.[] This excess sweating is linked to heat intolerance, which means a person may have a hard time tolerating a warm environment or activities that further increase heat production[]

  • Thyrotoxicosis

    The Thyroid Foundation of Canada describes symptoms of thyrotoxicosis, which include weight loss despite an increased appetite, anxiety, sweating and intolerance to heat,[] Dermatological causes: primary, idiopathic hyperhidrosis Psychoautonomic causes: physical and emotional stress (e.g., hypoglycemia, agitation, anxiety ) Endocrinological[] Musculoskeletal symptoms : A decrease of muscle mass and strength (in more severe thyrotoxicosis); in severe cases, thyrotoxic myopathy involving muscles of the face and distal[]

  • Fucosidosis

    Increased sweating Profuse sweating Sweating Sweating profusely Sweating, increased [ more ] 0000975 Hypothyroidism Underactive thyroid 0000821 Intellectual disability, severe[] Hyperhidrosis is another potential symptom. Symptoms are identical in less severe as well as more severe forms of Fucosidosis.[] […] in sweat sodium chloride.[]

  • Insulin Overdose

    If at the first stage no measures were taken to increase blood sugar (to eat or drink sweet), then sweating, hand tremors, increased salivation, weakness and hunger progress[] […] the concentration of glucose in the blood by eating or drinking something sweet, then develops the second stage, which is characterized by: the growing feeling of hunger; hyperhidrosis[] In addition to this decreased uptake of glucose in the tissues, there is also an increased breakdown of protein and fat resulting in loss of muscle mass, weakness, fatigue[]

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