Sweating on the forehead: weak yang qi, strong stomach fire
The head is the meeting of all yang, and yang qi should be the most abundant, and its fixation force should also be the strongest. Once there is frequent sweating on the head, it may indicate a slight weakness of yang qi (for children with vigorous metabolism, sweating on the head is also a normal phenomenon), and this is also related to a strong stomach fire.
Suggestion: Get enough sleep, eat more warm and nourishing foods such as dates, beef, yams, honey, and poria cocos. You can also drink a glass of goji berry honey water every day.
Sweating from the nose: insufficient lung qi
Usually, the nose is prone to sweating, indicating insufficient lung qi and the need to regulate and replenish it.
Conditioning: Frequently taking deep breaths outdoors is beneficial for exercising the ventilator and achieving the effect of replenishing lung qi. In addition, you can choose lilies, peanuts, and platycodons to add to your diet list to help nourish the lungs and replenish qi.
Abnormal sweating of hands, feet, and hearts: People with weak spleen and stomach are prone to attack
Abnormal sweating of hands and feet is a common abnormality. Generally speaking, the spleen and stomach have the function of transporting water and transforming dampness. Once this function is weak, dampness and heat will accumulate in the body. The downward trend of dampness and heat can cause excessive sweating in the extremities. In addition, the spleen and stomach are related to digestion. If food is not well absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract, it can lead to a lack of temper, which in turn leads to insufficient heart qi and a tendency to sweat.
Conditioning: Yiyuan Bazhen
Composition: Walnuts, red dates, dried apples, Huaishan, oats, goji berries, black sesame, red beans
Select eight types of spleen and stomach nourishing ingredients to help the spleen and stomach absorb and transform. At the same time, it is important to eat less greasy and cold foods in daily diet to avoid damaging the spleen and stomach.
Sweating under the armpit: Excessive sweat glands or heavy diet
There are many large sweat glands distributed under the armpit, so there is more sweat. But if sweat secretion is too strong, it is likely due to the diameter of your sweat glands being too large. If the sweat has a strong odor, it is because your diet is too heavy and you have eaten too many stimulating foods such as scallions, garlic, and onions.
Conditioning: Pay attention to a light diet, reduce salt and spices, and eat more fruits and vegetables.
Sweating on the back: weak yin and yang, extreme fatigue
The distribution of sweat glands on the back is relatively small, so sweating on the back indicates that your body is weak in yin and yang and has become extremely tired.
Conditioning: Ensure sufficient sleep, eat a rich and nutritious diet, mainly nourishing yin and yang, such as longan, red dates, and Guyuan ointment. You can also do 15 minutes of yoga meditation in the morning and evening.