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Hello, guys. I would like to ask you something. I was diagnosed angina pectoris several years ago. I have a tendency to sweat a lot. I would like to know why. I would be very grateful if someone could reply me to this. Your help will be more than welcomed. Thanks.

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Hello. Sweating is a common symptom for angina pectoris. Many patients are complaining about this. The reason you are sweating is that your sympathetic autonomous nervous system is activated. It has an important role in sweat secretion. When people are scared, their sympathetic autonomous system is activated. I hope you are satisfied with the answer. If you want to know anything more, don't hesitate to ask. Good luck! Bye!
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