My excessive sweating story and how I cured it by Karen Douglas
What are the causes of hyperhidrosis and how do I treat it?
Someone who has never had an excessive sweating problem will find it hard to fathom the embarrassment and utter dismay that comes with this disorder. Everyday situations become awkward and trying to someone who is self-conscious of the way they may look to others.
Being in close proximity with others can be challenging for someone who suffers from hyperhidrosis. Anxiety levels may rise in response to being uncomfortable in different social, professional, personal settings and therefore can make matters even worse.
Don't loose hope because there is a natural cure for hyperhidrosis. People have been cured from this disorder in less than 2 weeks.
If you visit your doctor you will discover there are a multitude of different medical treatments for hyperhidrosis. Of course the best solutions always come in the form of natural treatments, some doctors may try high strength antiperspirants as a first line of defense. Others may try alternative procedures like surgery to remove your overactive sweat glands.
The problem with prescription strength antiperspirants is the link between such diseases as breast cancer and Alzheimer's disease. Aluminum chloride, the ingredient found in most of these products, is used to clog the pores and keep the sweat glands from producing as much sweat.
This can pose a problem because of the nature of our bodies and our skin specifically is to "take in" and absorb what ever we put on it. Too much Aluminum chloride in the body can wreck havoc on internal organs and the lymphatic system.
Using a prescription strength antiperspirant is not a "cure" for excessive sweating. At best it may only lighten the amount of sweat produced by your overactive sweat glands.
Another alternative a doctor may recommend is a type of surgery called Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy. This is extremely expensive and most insurance companies will not cover this type of surgery. And even it is not a total cure and after surgery patients can experience compensatory sweating.
This simply means that the sweating that was eliminated from one area of the body now causes other parts of the body to sweat much more than normal.
The good news is you don't have to live like this any longer!
Hey, I know how you feel. I get uncomfortable about my appearance as well at times. I struggled with this for over ten years myself. I looked everywhere for a cure from my excessive sweating.
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- Guest 8 years ago
Excessive sweating affects more than 1 % of adults and is said to have severe implications on the social and emotional state of a person. Most of the people bear it is silence as they are ignorant of the fact that this is a medical disorder that can be treated. Excessive sweating occurs due to underlying disorder that can cause some parts of the body to sweat beyond the body’s capacity, the most common site being the hand and the leg.
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