Symptom family: Sweating Disorders
Explore below more details about what might cause Sweating that doesn't reduce fever according to TCM.
In TCM "Cold" as a pattern of disharmony refers to a specific type of imbalance within the body's systems, often linked to a deficiency or weakness. It's not about feeling physically cold or having a common cold, but rather a metaphorical description of certain symptoms and underlying conditions. When a TCM practitioner says someone suffers from "Cold," it usually implies that the body's Yang energy, which is warm and active, is insufficient or overpowered by Yin energy, which is cool and passive. Symptoms of Cold in TCM can include a general feeling of coldness, cold limbs, pale complexion, low energy, slow metabolism, and a preference for warmth. ... see more
|Exterior Cold invading the Interior
|Sweating that doesn't reduce fever, Abdominal pain, Constipation, Hypochondriac pain, Chills, Low grade fever, Cold extremities, Epigastric palpitations, Dizziness, Twitching, Unsteadiness... see more
|Zhen Wu Tang
See more details below about Zhen Wu Tang, a herbal formula used to address sweating that doesn't reduce fever.
See more details below about Prepared Aconite (Zhi Fu Zi), a herb used to address sweating that doesn't reduce fever.
Sweating that doesn't reduce fever 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.