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Sweat: The BIG Picture What's in sweat? The body has approximately 2 -4 million sweat glands weighing a total of approximately 100 grams (3 oz.), with the most concentrated area of sweat glands is on the bottom of our feet. Li salt electrolytes metabolic waste water One hard working adult can produce up to 4 gallons of sweat a day One foot can produce up to a half cup of sweat in one day In some people, the body's mechanism for cooling itself (sweating) is overactive – so overactive that they may sweat four or five times more than is necessary, or normal, making it embarrassing, uncomfortable, anxiety-inducing, and disabling. Hyperhidrosis: n. Extreme sweating. 4 or 5 times the amount of sweat that's normal - or needed - to keep the body cool. Sweating that's so excessive that it's embarrassing, depressing, and prevents you from living life. 50.8% have Axilary Hyperhidros 2.8% of the U.S. population suffers from Hyperhidrosis = 8 million The Many Forms of Hyperhidrosis: O Armpit Sweating (most common) Excessive Face Sweating O Sweaty Palms O Night Sweats O Body Sweating (usually associated with other medical conditions such as diabetes or hyperthyroid O Vaginal Sweating O Localized Sweating (you only sweat in one or two areas) O Generalized Sweating (excessive sweating from most or all locations listed above Axilary Hyperhidrosis: Excessive sweating of the armpits Palmar Hyperhidrosis: Excessive sweating of the hands O Excessive Sweating in Children + Associated with Hyperhidrosis, Erythrophobia - sudden reddening of the face occurs spontaneously or in response to stressful stimuli. This can extend to the neck, forehead, ears and the upper chest. Causes of Excessive Sweating Emotional Factors Underlying Medical Conditions Hereditary Predisposition Anxiety, stress, embarrassment, etc. have a monumental impact on perspiration levels. A large number of medical conditions and prescription drugs can cause excessive sweating. I's very common for excessive sweating to run in the family. The Products You're Using R. XXX illegal Drugs Alcohol Cigarettes Caffeine Prescription Drugs Greasy Food Treatments ETS Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy Antiperspirants Medications lontophoresis Botox Diet FDA APPROVES NEW NON-INVASIVE, LONG-LASTING TREATMENT FOR UNDERARM SWEATING miraDry, the new treatment uses a non-invasive handheld device to deliver electromagnetic energy to the area beneath the underarm skin where the sweat glands reside, resulting in thermolysis (decomposition by heat) of the sweat glands. Why see a doctor? THE LAST RESORT: Always a good idea to seek professional help with important issues. The doctor can offer treatments to stop, or at least reduce excessive armpit sweating. There are several different types surgeries for hyperhidrosis: Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy Retrodermal Curettage If the Doc can't give you something that works they'll will be able to vouch for you that nothing has worked to stop your sweating. Liposuction Myths Sweat is odorless! Only over-weight people suffer from excessive sweating. Fact: Excessive sweating can affect any body type regardless of weight. Baby powder stops sweat. Fact: Other than making a big mess, it doesn't really do anything. Sweat causes body odor. Fact: Odor only occurs when bacteria on the skin combines with sweat. Bromhidrosis a condition that sometimes accompanies excessive sweating making the sweat smell really bad, referred to many as 'body odor. Men have more sweat glands than women: Fact: Women actually have more sweat glands. Mens sweat glands are just more active. Underarms have the most sweat glands. Fact: Feet actually have the most sweat glands. Sources info details.asp?channel id=0&relation_id=0&disease_id=328&page_no-2 Article.asp?ArticleCode=75291420 (includes stats, conditions that can cause it, tests) Hyperhidrosis_Clinical General.asp (other pages listed here have more) Sweat Facts.asp,715868,00.html Brought to you by 24.2% suffer other types of hy 25% have Palmar Hyperhidrosis

Step excessive sweating

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When you think of sweat, you think of the water that your body is losing but you can overlook the key electrolytes and metabolic waste that comes as part and parcel of the bodies attempt to cool itsel...


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