A lot of people suffer from excessive sweating and when nothing seems to be working for them a lot of them consider surgery as an option. But before surgery can really be considered as fool-proof option, the pros and cons of a surgical intervention for hyperhidrosis should be considered. The name of the surgery which … Continue reading Surgical Cure For Hyperhidrosis
The condition which causes excessive sweating is defined as Hyperhidrosis. Research shows that about 4% of the population has symptoms which are typical to hyperhidrosis. The symptoms which include sweaty face, hands, feet and palms can be a reason of embarrassment and social issues. Everyday existence can be challenging for a person suffering from this … Continue reading What Is Hyperhidrosis?
Sweating is a normal and essential function of the body. In the sweating process, moisture and fatty oils are released through the skin pores which helped to cool the body during physical exertion. This moisture also helps to lubricate the skin in places like the underarms, upper thighs, and under the breasts, where skin rubs … Continue reading Why Do I Sweat So Much?
Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) affects an estimated three percent of the population, so if you are embarrassed by this condition you should know that you are not alone. Medications and genetics can be the reason for excessive sweating but if you have ruled these out you can focus on simple behavioral changes which could help. Stress … Continue reading Stop Excessive Sweating
Underarm sweating is a normal function of the body’s temperature regulation system. However, about 3% of the population experience a condition known as axillary hypherhidrosis – or severe armpit sweating. This hyperhidrosis condition causes sufferers to produce large quantities of sweat, and the underarms literally drip with moisture. Axillary hyperhidrosis is resistant to almost all … Continue reading Excessive Underarm Sweating
Excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis) is a condition that causes a person to produce sweat above normal levels. Fortunately, the condition is treatable so here’s an overview of how to stop excessive sweating.