Is excessive sweating normal in a diabetic patient?

Is excessive sweating in diabetes patients normal?

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Excessive sweating or sweating unnecessarily is a condition in which a person starts perspiring profusely without any reason. This can be a very annoying issue for some people as the sweating occurs only in some parts of the body like the palms or the feet or just the face. This condition is sometimes seen in the people who suffer from…

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15 Tips To Stop Sweating

14 Practical Tips To Stop Sweating

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I was 13 when the doctor told me that I am suffering from Hyperhidrosis. My armpits would sweat profusely and I wanted to stop sweating. I had to go through all kinds of embarrassments, shame, withdrawal, baggy clothing, body stench etc. For a woman, body stench is extremely embarrassing. I’ve tried Botox injections twice under the armpits. One armpit felt…

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How to Solve the Biggest Problems With anxiety sweating

How to Stop the Biggest Problems With Anxiety Sweating

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Anxiety Sweating is a serious and vexatious matter, especially when it occurs in a public or social setting. It is not easy to avoid shaking hands with others and it is almost impossible to stay away from handling papers, books, documents, files etc. in schools, colleges, offices, banks, malls, events and other public establishments. There is no way you can…

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Compensatory Sweating after ETS

Compensatory Sweating After ETS

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Compensatory sweating also known as Compensatory Hyperhidrosis refers to a medical condition which is mostly found in patients with Thoracic Disease, Nerve Trauma, Myelopathy, Cerebrovascular Disease. Compensatory hyperhidrosis mostly occurs after ETS and is a type of Neuropathy. The medical fraternity is yet to clearly understand the exact mechanism of compensatory sweating phenomenon. However, it has been understood that compensatory…

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Acupuncture for hyperhidrosis

Acupuncture for hyperhidrosis: Can acupuncture help you get out of sweaty embarrassments

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Acupuncture for hyperhidrosis is gaining prominence today. Managing Hyperhidrosis has become comparatively easier now due to increasing level of awareness, research and availability of holistic and traditional therapies like Acupuncture. Sweating, in most cases is a healthy and natural response to hot weather, hot and spicy food, exertion, sports, stress etc. It is the body’s in-built mechanism to cool itself.…

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Are you waking up covered in sweat every night

Are you waking up covered in sweat every night?

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Waking up covered in sweat for no apparent reason generally happens due to Secondary Hyperhidrosis. This is a medical condition wherein your sweat glands become hyperactive, hypersensitive and overreact throughout your body producing excessive sweating on the face, armpits, soles of the feet, scalp, palms and/or torso.   It generally begins after age 25 and develops gradually to other parts…

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A story of Plantar Hyperhidrosis Patient

A story of Plantar Hyperhidrosis Patient

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We know how hyperhidrosis of any kind, can be extremely annoying and irritating. Here is short video of a plantar hyperhidrosis patient how she got rid of her sweaty feet permanently. Kim suffered with Plantar Hyperhidrosis her entire life. See her story as she undergoes surgery to stop her excessive foot sweating. Learn more about Living With Sweaty Hands and…

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Excessive Sweat Treatment

Excessive Sweat Treatment

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If excessive perspiration and abnormal sweat is bothering, you then do not worry. You are not alone! There are many people out there struggling and battling to reconcile with the uncontrollable and excessive sweat. Excessive sweating also known as Hyperhidrosis refers to a medical condition wherein there is abnormal and excessive sweating on the face, armpits, soles of the feet,…

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Living with Sweaty Hands and Feet

Living with Sweaty Hands and Feet

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Robert, Aged 18, living in Seattle, Washington DC was only 13 when he had to forcibly give up on his favourite drawing because his hands were always clammy and he would always smear the paper. His armpits and feet used to be sweaty, smelly and he was all dripping sweat. At 15, he cried because he could not attend a…

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