What is hyperhidrosis?
Everybody sweats, it is a normal part of how our body regulate temperature. People who suffer from hyperhidrosis sweat far greater than needed to control temperature. It can have a negative impact on their life and many people will feel self-consciousness about it. Approximately 840 000 people been affected by hyperhidrosis in the UK.
What parts of your body can be most affected ?The most common place for excessive sweating is underarm area. Some people may have suffer from hands and feet sweating as well as excessive sweating of the face .
What is the causes?Excessive sweating caused by over activity of eccrine gland, the ‘sweat’ gland. Factors that stimulate excessive sweating are exercise, heat or cold, alcohol, coffee, tea, smoking, spicy food, stress, anxiety, and emotion.Sometimes it can be related to underlying medical conditions. If you are concerned it’s always best to speak with your family Doctor first.
How underarm sweating affects you?
A. Never noticed it
B. Sometimes interferes with my daily activities
C. Barely can tolerate it , frequently interferes with my daily activities
D. Intolerable and always interferes with my daily activity
If your choices where C or D you may suffer from hyperhidrosis
Can excessive sweating be treated?
The following can help to reduce excessive sweating :
1. Using antiperspirant
2. Avoid : coffee, tea, alcohol, spicy food (yeah right!)
3. Maintaining cool environment
4. Wearing loose clothing
5. Trying to stay relax
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