Do you suffer from sweating armpits or sweaty palms? Are you unable to enjoy any social interactions and are your business interactions sabotaged by your excessively sweaty palms? Have you given up? Do you feel there is no hope? You have tried everything and nothing has worked for you? Tired of avoiding social situations where you might be an embarrassment? More than fed up with a physical situation that no one else, not even your closest friends and family can understand?
If your answer is “Yes”, I strongly recommend you to watch This Video to discover how to get rid of Hyperhidrosis without prescription drugs and/or costly and painful medical procedures.
What is Hyperhidrosis?
It is actually very normal to sweat. Sweat is a natural way for our bodies to cool off. Most people understand that dogs pant because they cannot sweat. Sweat is an excretion from glands located primarily in the armpits, groins, palms of the hands, and soles of the feet. The human body has over 3 million sweat glands. We not only sweat when we are hot, but also when we are nervous or anxious. Sweat that occurs when we are physically hot comes from the eccrine sweat glands while the sweat that appears from anxiety comes from the apocrine sweat glands. At puberty our 3 million sweat glands kick into high gear. Even though women have more sweat glands it is the men’s sweat glands that are more active. This is why if you see a man and a woman working out side by side, the man will normally be sweating more than the woman. This is normal. However, excessive sweating is an entirely different issue.
If you suffer from this malady you certainly know what it is, but how do you explain it to others? Certainly you understand what it is from the point of view of your own experience but how does medical science and physiology define it? What are its psychological components? Excessive sweating is formally known as Hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is a physical condition whose main characteristic is excessive perspiration regardless of the temperature in the environment, inside or outside.
Types of Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis can be congenital or acquired; generalized or specific; palmoplantar, or gustatory. If the excessive sweating is Primary Hyperhidrosis, it is congenital and usually starts at adolescence or before. It is also an inherited autosomal dominant trait. Acquired or Secondary Hyperhidrosis can show up at any time in life, and it is probably caused by a variety of reasons such as a thyroid disorder, diabetes, menopause, gout, tumors, mercury poisoning, or drugs.
Generalized Hyperhidrosis can affect any part of the body while specific Hyperhidrosis shows up only on the hands, feet, groin, and armpits. Palmoplantar Hyperhidrosis affects the hands and feet. Gustatory affects the forehead and upper lip after eating very spicy hot foods. Finally there is a Hyperhidrosis that is caused by hot, humid environments, vigorous exercise or certain febrile diseases. Another way the Hyperhidrosis is classified is in regards to how much area of skin is affected. If an area greater than 16 square inches (100cm) is affected, it is considered to be large area Hyperhidrosis and is associated with some very specific conditions. Regardless of the origin, if you suffer from excessive sweating you want answers not definitions, and you want solutions not medical terms. Click Here to discover a 100% natural solution to get rid of Excessive Sweating or Hyperhidrosis.
Knowledge is The Best Prescription!
The best way to solve a problem is to “Know More about the Problem”. It is important to understand what causes excessive sweating before moving onto potential cures. Excessive sweating might seem a minor problem to many people who have never known anyone who suffered from it. The level of sweating may be different from one patient to another. Still it can be very embarrassing, inhibiting, and even debilitating. Debilitating? Sweating is debilitating? Yes it certainly can be.
Just imagine you are in a crowded elevator. It is not overly warm and though it is crowded you have room to move. You are not packed in like sardines. Just imagine you are wearing a good business suit and of course you have used an antiperspirant that morning. But because you suffer from one of these forms of Hyperhidrosis, you start sweating and there is nothing you can do to control it. Your shirt becomes drenched with your own sweat from your underarms. Your hands are sweating to the point of dripping as you hide them in your pockets. Your feet are soaking your socks. Everyone is moving away from you and there is nothing you can do about it. Can you imagine that?