An inability to sweat means you are low in Iodine.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

Our skin is the largest organ of detoxification and sweating is a way for toxic metals and other toxins to be excreted or even as a means for better thermoregulation or circulation of body fluids.

In cooler months we don't sweat as much or as easily as we do during warmer months. Of course, you have to keep sweating in healthy balance. Excessive sweating without hydration or mineral repletion is the other end of the spectrum.

If you are having difficulty sweating, you may need iodine or you may need to increase your dose of iodine.

Symptoms That Can Happen As A Result of Low Thyroid Function:

  • Ringing Ears
  • Chronic Dry Eyes
  • Chronic Dry Mouth
  • Sinus Infections
  • Chronic Headaches
  • ADD
  • Periodontitis
  • High Cholesterol
  • Heavy Menses
  • Decreased Sweating or Inability To Sweat

Where to begin with Iodine?

Start with testing, then treatment, then re-test again annually.  Learn more.

Step #1:  Comprehensive Thyroid Panel Test available without a prescription.