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I'm hoping you can help me.
I live in London, and travel in and out of Central London every day by public transport. I know we are experiencing a humid summer but more so than ever I feel like I am suffering from excessive sweating and high body temperatures.
I'm 30, with no reported health problems, I don't have a balanced diet but I also don't have a horrific one either, I don't have any caffeine and very few spicy foods. A blood test has shown my thyroid and blood sugar levels are fine. I drink no more than 3 bottles of beer a week.
I'm so confused why the average man can wear a suit or jacket in summer and not show an ounce of sweat, but I struggle to stay cool and dry even in a linen shirt and shorts.
I feel the heat mostly from my forehead and hair line but also my whole face feels very hot, I also sweat from my lower back, feet and underarms.
There has to be a solution to this because it's starting to really bother me. I will avoid going to certain buildings within my company as they don't have air con, or I won't get on a train to work unless it is an air con one etc.
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