If the above mentioned concerns are true then don’t worry as here our expert board certified dermatologist Dr Shweta explains everything you need to know about hyperhidrosis and also offers treatment options in order to make your problems vanish.
The root cause of hyperhidrosis is excessive production of sweat by your sweat glands.
The causes due to which hyperhidrosis occurs depend on the type as focal hyperhidrosis frequently is a result from any or all of the following
Secondary hyperhidrosis can be a result from the following conditions
There are two types of hyperhidrosis namely which are as follows
The severity of the symptoms may differ from patient to patient and can range from minor ones that come and go to severe that disrupt the day to day life.
The released sweat can
If in case too much sweating occurs then
A blood test or urine test can be done to catch the hidden health condition that may be causing your hyperhidrosis
A modification in which the nerves are not removed can help in reducing excessive sweating occurring in the palms of hand
Hyperhidrosis can become a problem in your life if not treated in time.
If you see that your treatments like normal anti-perspirants and creams are not working then you should see a dermatologist.
Your dermatologist can provide treatments that can lessen your symptoms hence improving your quality of life.
Your treatment choice depends on the severity and area where hyperhidrosis is occurring.
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Hyperhidrosis is classified as a social, emotional and occupational disability that is burden on 3% of the population.
People who have hyperhidrosis must pay special attention to hygiene and wash areas which have high concentration of bacteria and where they sweat often and keep those areas dry.
Excessive sweating can pinpoint to underlying medical conditions such as diabetes or thyroid problems
It occurs in individuals who are obese or overweight.
However over 90% of the cases encountered are normally not harmful.
Untreated hyperhidrosis can lead to skin problems which are not that of a concern.
However it can affect you emotionally, socially and psychologically.
The mean age which hyperhidrosis is found to be common is 25.
However in case of palmar and axillary hyperhidrosis it is usually before you hit 25 years
It is seen that vitamin D was found to be lesser quantities in patients who reported hyperhidrosis first.
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