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Sweat syndrome

Sweat syndrome refers to the syndrome of excessive sweating, or abnormal sweating time and color due to the imbalance of yin and Yang, the disharmony between camp and Wei, and the unfavorable opening and closing of reason. Western medicine defines it as a disease caused by excessive secretion of sweat glands due to excessive excitation of sympathetic nerves. The sympathetic nerve controls the sweating of the whole body. Under normal circumstances, the sympathetic nerve regulates the body temperature by controlling the sweating and heat dissipation. However, the sweating and facial flushing of patients with schizophrenia completely lose their normal control. Hyperhidrosis and facial flushing make the patients helpless, anxious or panic every day.

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