Anxiety Sweating

Anxiety sweating is a very common symptom with anxiety disorder. In most cases, anxiety sweating is perfectly natural.

Being angry, nervous, afraid, or anxious causes anxiety sweating. Stress and anxiety triggers the brain to produce the hormones that make you sweat.

A good way to prevent anxiety sweating is to relax, so you can control triggering stress that causes this anxiety symptom.

No one is really sure why stress triggers so much more anxiety sweating in some people then others.

Everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, which may lead to anxiety sweating. It's that feeling of dread or apprehension accompanied by a physical symptom like anxiety sweating, that is so scary.

Here is a list of just a few of the natural causes of sweating:

  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • Stress
  • Anger
  • Nervousness
  • Also, certain medications can cause sweating.

There are many medical conditions, besides anxiety, that can cause sweating.

Some include:

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