Explore below more details about what might cause Sweating on forehead according to TCM.
Yang Collapse in TCM represents a severe and acute condition where the body's Yang energy, the driving force behind warmth and metabolic function, is drastically depleted. This state is more critical than a simple Yang deficiency and is considered an emergency in TCM. Symptoms of Yang Collapse include extreme coldness, especially in the limbs, a feeling of cold that is unrelieved by warmth, profuse cold sweating, shallow breathing, and a very weak and slow pulse. There may also be signs of severe metabolic slowing, such as lethargy, drowsiness, or even loss of consciousness, alongside pale or bluish complexion. Yang Collapse requires urgent treatment to rescue the patient from a potentially life-threatening state. The focus is on rapidly warming and reviving the Yang energy. ... see more
|Collapse of Yang
|Profuse sweating on the forehead, Low energy, Chills, Cold extremities, Bright pale face, Sweating on forehead, Absence of thirst, Urinary or fecal incontinence, Frequent urination, Diarrhea... see more
|Shen Fu Tang | Hui Yang Jiu Ji Tang
Explore below some TCM herbal formulas used to address sweating on forehead, organized by cause and by formula type.
Explore below some TCM herbs used to address sweating on forehead, organized by herb category.
Sweating on forehead can be treated by these herbs if it is due to internal coldness or deficient Yang energy, working to warm the body and dispel cold.
Other herbs of this category are listed in the table below.