Many of us, in our daily lives, face increased underarm, hand, and feet sweating, or even hyperhidrosis. This is not just a nuisance. This is the primary symptom of a disease, and all diseases must be revealed and fought in order to avoid even more problems. Do you want to find out how to get rid of sweaty underarms, hands, and feet?
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Some people think that increased sweatiness is a sign of extra weight. In part this is true, but this same problem is faced by many skinny individuals. Recently, in a conversation I have with a friend about leading a healthy lifestyle, she told me her secret – she has really clammy hands. In fact, this happens even when she is calm – when she is working at her computer or doing paperwork. She even described drops of sweat forming in her palms.
The most interesting thing is that she doesn’t have an ounce of extra weight on her. She is underweight! One out of every hundred people are plagued with abnormal sweating of the underarms, hands, or feet; no cosmetics or products can help these people. This problem can cause psychological stress in everyday communication or intimacy.
The stress caused by this psychological tension just further perpetuates the problem. In order for these people to get out of this closed circle, it is important to analyze the reasons for their hyperhidrosis.
In all actuality, sweating is a normal, physiological part of everyday life. The body uses sweat to draw out toxins. People need to sweat when they are physically active or when they get hot. Sweating is a natural reaction to the stressful situations we face on a daily basis. However, if you sweat for no reason you need to seriously consider any health-related reasons for this hyperhidrosis.
Do you avoid shaking hands due to your clamminess? Do your socks and shoes smell bad because your feet sweating? Are you irritated by the constant sweat spots under your arms? If you face these or similar problems, you are not alone. It is likely you have hyperhidrosis. Even if you don’t have this disease, but you still sweat excessively, you still need to take certain steps to prevent the unpleasant sight and smell from ruining your life.