Sunday 2 August 2009

I believe I am suffering from hyperhidrosis. Do you know of ways on how to counteract this condition?

I sweat profusely. This condition makes me stay in air-conditioned rooms all the time. However, it is inevitable to go out to warmer temperatures especially if you live in a tropical country.





I have encountered an article which explains that titanium clips are surgically placed inside the body to hinder the effects of the nerve responsible for profuse sweating in the palms or soles.





My problem is, I sweat profusely in my scalp, face and torso. It really becomes very embarassing during 'social situations.





Help me, please!
I believe I am suffering from hyperhidrosis. Do you know of ways on how to counteract this condition?
Dear,


You should take homyopathic medicine to have a permanent cure


Take PSORINUM 200 tabs.It will cure your internal system and purify your body from all the abnormallities


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vijaymohan
I believe I am suffering from hyperhidrosis. Do you know of ways on how to counteract this condition?
You could go see a dermatologist. My husband suffers from Hyperhydrosis and there is a medication that really seems to help. Good Luck...


Allergic to sweat?

Everytime my fiance comes home from work and he has been hot and sweaty... his back and arms are covered in a rash. I'm thinking he MAY be allergic to his sweat. We switched to the unscented detergents, don't use dryer sheets, he uses Dove Sensitive Skin soap, yet this "rash" will not go away. I've bought numerous over the counter anti-itch, and anti-rash creams but nothing works. He scratches and ends up making him bleed. I keep telling him scratching only makes it worse, but does anybody have any other solutions or ideas that we can use?
Allergic to sweat?
It is probably a heat rash. See the skin rash page at the source below.
Allergic to sweat?
I have the same problem. It's a heat rash called "eczema." It takes a long time for it to go away. I haven't found a solution yet. Sorry, I know that it doesn't help much. Just remember that scratching it makes it worse. I hope I helped!





-Cameron


My friend has a smelling problem?

my friend gets really hot easily, when she's in school, all of a sudden she sweats really bad, you can see it. It goes down to almost her boob. thats how much she sweats. and on top of that her vaginal area smells too. she always cry's and tells me that she's embarrassed and i feel bad. she's used deodorent to stop the smell but it doesnt stop the sweating. and she takes showers ever single day to stop the smelling from down below. she needs help. what do i do to help her!
My friend has a smelling problem?
This needs to be evaluated by a dr but I would first start with talking to her mom and letting her know what you have observed and that you are concerned for your friend.
My friend has a smelling problem?
Your friend should see her doctor about the sweating. She should also look in the stores for the different sprays and wipes that they have especially for smells coming from the vaginal area.


Arm Pit Sweat?

I have a friend who sweats excessively through her arm pits. She is sooo self conscience about it. She has thought about botox injections (supposed to cure it) but one of the side affects is DEATH, so she is not going for that. She has tried several full strenghth deodorents nothing seems to work.


I was just curious if any one out there knows some way I could help her?
Arm Pit Sweat?
GIRL I HAVE THAT SAME PROBLEM!!!!!!! It really sucks. Tell her that she should dry under her arms well before she puts on any deodorent. All ways shower because people with sweat problems cannot skip a day. Also she should make sure there is not hair under the arms because that will contribute to the sweating. When she applies the deodorant make sure it covers the entire sweat producing area that includes right above and below the actual arm pit. Oh and after she showers and dries she sould wait about 5 minutes before applying deodorant and putting on clothes. Tell her she should try Mitium deodorant.
Arm Pit Sweat?
has she seen a specialist? they can suscribe special deoderants and antipersperints.
Reply:I've used a great product called "Certain Dry". It's found at Walmart and Rite Aid. You put it on before bed at night and not right after a shower. Within 2 weeks, you should notice a huge difference! It literally closes your pores. You should still wear regular deoderant (I use Mitchum for women) in the morning or right after your shower. Sometimes when you first use Certain Dry, it may burn a little or hurt or itch. If this persists, only use it every other day or less, it should go away, if it doesn't, don't use it.
Reply:I use a product called Certain Dri. You put it on before you go to bed and then use a normal deodorant after showering in the morning. It helps a ton with wetness! If that fails though, she should see a doctor for a prescription strength anti-persperant.

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Do you sweat more when you drink lots of water?

Lately I have been drinking lots of water and now i sweat more easier in P.E.
Do you sweat more when you drink lots of water?
You do not sweat more when you drink lots of water. As you get in better shape you begin to sweat sooner. It could also be that before your body was trying to preserve water because you hadn't drank enough, and now it is able to sweat without going into negative. It is very important to drink plenty of water. A lot of people don't realize the value of hydration. Keep it up.
Do you sweat more when you drink lots of water?
I don't know what's going on with you exactly. But I'm thinking that it's better to drink more water because if you don't have enough sweat to cool you down, you will dry up and turn into a raisin.
Reply:if you are physical, yes.
Reply:Not sure about that. But be sure to keep hydrated even if you're NOT thirsty. Excessive sweat means loss of bodily water and that water is needed.
Reply:yes , you can take salt tablets with water to reduce sweating old school football coaches would give them to thier players
Reply:Yes, I do.


Why do i wake up sweaty?

Every single morning i wake up sweating. Not so much my face but my legs and my chest and my shirt is always wet from sweat. It isnt hot in my room at all. I live in NJ and its kinda cold..why do i sweat and this never used to happen before.
Why do i wake up sweaty?
mmm.. not sure maybe your having bad dreams, but you don't remember them so afterwards you have no idea what happened. I know when i have bad dreams i sweat somtimes.. not sure. Maybe it's when you sleep you cover yourself in a horse load of blankets and don't realize it.. or do you move in your sleep? You may want to sleep with a light blanket. I know this sounds kinda gross, but it will most likely help and just shower it off in the morning. Take some gel deoderant or the solid kind if you'd like and smear a little bit on your back, chest and tap a little on your forhead, cheeks, and nose area. Wait a bit before going to bed to let your body absorb it and then later just see the results in the morning. Try sleeping nearly naked.. just boxers or go commando. Also go to a store and buy yourself a fan that should help. I usto sleep during the summer time with the fan on and it always prevent me from sweating..
Why do i wake up sweaty?
Have you check you blood pressure lately? if it is high it can cause night sweats


Do nipples sweat?

Do they have the same amount of sweat glands as the rest of your skin? They never seem to taste as salty as other areas. Such as the forehead. Or the back of a knee.
Do nipples sweat?
Elaborating onto shabbys answer, yes and no.





During normal everyday life no.





During lactation the modified sweat glands AKA breast become active and the bi-product AKA breast milk is discharged via the nipples. This isn't sweat as you would find in the skin elsewhere but technically speaking it is.
Do nipples sweat?
Deep fried nipples taste saltier than if they are stewed in a slow cooker. It's all in the preperation. ;P
Reply:Nope, no sweat glands....
Reply:No, nipples have no fat, hair, or sweat glands. However, the areola do.
Reply:...mine dont, but yours might
Reply:with girls, nipples are modified sweat gland so i guess they can sweat, but its kinda milky!
Reply:The most common sweat glands are in the armpits or forehead. The nipples i think goes by gender.