Hyperhidrosis, Excessive Sweat Triggers

Can occur when small as well as adult and hereditary factors is estimated to be originators.

Sweating problems can not be taken lightly. Moreover, if the body produces excessive sweating. Hands and feet can be wet with sweat, but you do not do physical activity.

If this happens, you may have hyperhidrosis. “Primary Hyperhidrosis is when you sweat excessively for physiological needs and is not associated with other medical problems or side effects from drugs,” said Dee Anna Glaser, professor of dermatology of Saint Louis University School of Medicine, as quoted from

For example, when sitting watching television in the room is not hot, you still sweat. When compared with people around, you also look very sweaty. This is an extreme condition, the production of excessive sweating.

This condition can indeed be triggered diseases such as diabetes, excessive sweating but usually only happens at night. Meanwhile, people who have hyperhidrosis, sweat production occurs at any time and in certain areas of the body. Such as the armpits, palms, face, scalp, legs and along the breast tissue.

Beginning of hyperhidrosis can occur when small as well as adult and hereditary factors is estimated to be the main trigger. According to Glaser, people who have hyperhidrosis actually have normal sweat glands, in terms of number, size and function.

He suspects the cause of hyperhidrosis because there is a disturbance signal to the brain. Thus, ordered the glands to produce sweat when not needed. To overcome this, Glaser advised to see a doctor.

Patients will be given a certain antiperspirants, or medications to control the production of sweat. Injecting botox every six or seven months, can also be done in order to reduce excessive sweating.

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