Exessive sweating is a problem which affects many different people, and is not as rare as you would think.
In this article I'm going to be talking about the condition, telling you what it is, what the common symptoms
are, and some solutions which can help to remedy it. When you've finished reading this article you should
have much better understanding of what's going on and know what you can do to handle it.
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The condition is known as hyperhidrosis. This is just a medical way of saying your body is sweating too
much, but it is a common medically recognised condition. There are two different types of hyperhidrosis.
Primary hyperhidrosis is the type which occurs when there is no other underlying condition causing the
problem. In other words it occurs on its own. Currently, medical science is not fully understand hyperhidrosis
and they do not have a full explanation of why it occurs in people. As a result, doctors find it difficult to
On the other hand secondary hyperhidrosis is much easier to understand. It is caused by another condition
which existed first, such as obesity, alcoholism, or chronic smoking. All of these can cause your body to
sweat, so handling the underlying problem will get rid of the exessive sweating.
You should suspect that you have hyperhidrosis when you find yourself sweating a lot even when you're not
exerting effort, and you're not in a hot or warm environment. There are areas of the body which are more
susceptible to hyperhidrosis than others. These include palms, under arms, feet head and the groin.
As I mentioned, doctors do not fully understand the condition and as a result many of the treatments which
are currently undertaken are quite drastic. Without being able to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem they
resort to far-reaching treatments such as cutting the nerves which control sweating to remove the ability of
the body to sweat in the areas which are a