1
Apr
2016
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Hyperhidrosis and sport

Myhyperhidrosis.com would never suggest anything that’s detrimental to your management of hyperhidrosis, that’s a promise so although you might need convincing – Hyperhidrosis and sport work for you.
17
Mar
2016
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Hyperhidrosis and stress

You know the question about which came first, the chicken or the egg? Well, hyperhidrosis and stress make for the same debate. In times of stress and nervousness your body reacts with a “fight or flight” response which alters how it behaves and distributes your energy so that you can respond to a “danger.”
5
Mar
2016
0

Stop Excessive Sweating with Diet

Processed foods and fatty foods are the worst culprits for making the body sweat and if you have hyperhidrosis they should be avoided at all times. Due to the high fat contents and lack of natural produce in them your body has to work twice as hard to digest them and even a seemingly harmless bar of chocolate or a white bread sandwich affects the body adversely.
16
Jan
2016
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Sweating sickness

Some of us tend to sweat more than other people but aside from being a little off putting this can signify a medical condition and this is why you have to address the problem as fast as possible and in the best way that you can. Also known as hyperhidrosis, excessive sweating can be caused by a wide range of issues and these include diabetes, thyroid problems and infections. This particular sickness is also encountered by people who are overweight and out of shape as they tend to lose water a lot faster than most people.
7
Jan
2016
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What is Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis is the medical name for excessive sweating, sufferers find themselves sweating more frequently compared to others even when they aren’t exercising or exerting energy. The condition, according to statistics, affects between 1 and 4% of the world’s population. It can start in some as early as childhood.
5
Jan
2016
0

Night Sweats

We know: Nocturnal hyperhidrosis (night sweats) can be a huge problem. To some degree all humans sweat. It’s a natural biological process that the body uses to control its core temperature when exercising or during hot weather. It can also occur when we feel anxious or nervous.
2
Jan
2016
0

Do I sweat?

Have you asked yourself do I sweat too much? Am I ill? Will it ruin my life? If you are reading this you should know that your excessive sweating has an official name: it’s called hyperhidrosis.