Do you ever get a chill, and then suddenly break out into a sweat without exerting yourself? You may be experiencing cold sweats and not even know it. But don’t fret, you are not alone in these experiences as cold sweating is a common symptom of various conditions. To fully understand what is happening, it is helpful to know the causes of cold sweats, and how to manage them. Keep reading to learn more about cold sweats and the conditions associated with them.
Treatments to stop excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, range from home remedies to surgery. If you’re lucky, you find relief from your symptoms with one or more treatments. But some people suffer from severe sweating that interferes with their lives. In these extreme cases, their doctors may suggest hyperhidrosis surgery. In this article, we look at various hyperhidrosis treatments, including surgery.
Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night, with a jolt, to find your clothes and sheets soaked in sweat? The first time can be alarming not to mention incredibly uncomfortable and disruptive. If you are lucky it was an isolated event. Unfortunately, night sweats can become repetitive, depending on the reason they are happening. Keep reading as we explore what causes night sweating.
What happens when your favorite hat gets those ugly stains around its rim? You know, the ones that are a tell-tale sign that you’ve been sweating. Is it time to mournfully toss it? Or do you risk ruining its perfect shape by attempting to wash it? Luckily, learning how to get sweat stains out of hats is easier than you think. Keep reading for our suggestions on removing sweat stains from hats.
Do you find yourself sweating all over your whole body? Does it happen when you’re not doing something that would usually cause it, like working out or sitting in the hot sun? This may be caused by diaphoresis. The best way to get to the root of the problem is to visit your doctor to talk about your symptoms. While there are many diaphoresis causes, it is wise to determine the source of your excessive sweating so your doctor can recommend treatments.
Facial sweating, when it’s excessive and unstoppable, may present social and professional challenges. It can also wreak havoc on your self-confidence and interfere with daily life. Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a medical condition that affects about 15 million people worldwide. Of those people, about 10% of them experience excessive facial sweating. If you have trouble managing symptoms, it may be time to consult your doctor about medical treatments for facial sweating.
Do you find yourself sweating more than other people? Do you sweat for no reason at all? Are you looking for ways to manage or hide your sweat? These are typical scenarios for people who suffer from hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating. If you struggle to get your sweating under control, you may want to talk to your doctor about the oral medication Glycopyrrolate for hyperhidrosis.
Sweaty feet are a natural occurrence for most of us at one point or another. The sweat produced by our feet helps to keep them cool and the skin moist. However, because each foot has over 250,000 sweat glands, foot sweat can be troublesome for someone who suffers from hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating. When excessive sweating occurs, it can cause smelly feet. Check out what causes sweaty feet and tap into 9 easy ways to treat smelly feet.
An intense foot odor can be like an unwanted guest that enters your shoes and socks, and then refuses to leave. It never gives notice before making an appearance and embarrasses you when actual visitors come to your home. Unfortunately, going out when you have stinky feet is not any better. Wouldn’t it be great to know how to get rid of stinky feet before the problem arises? Luckily, this article outlines ways to prevent it.
Despite the countless roles body odor might play, one thing is for certain: if you have bad body odor, your life can be miserable. It can keep you from participating in social activities, hold you back in your career, and make it nearly impossible to find a partner. If your body odor is affecting your life, there is a good chance you have bromhidrosis. In this article, we’ll examine everything about bromhidrosis, including its causes, symptoms and treatments.
Most of us slick on our deodorant after a shower without a second thought. However, with a growing consciousness in society of what we put in and on our bodies, an inquisitive mind may start to question. What is deodorant made of? How does deodorant work? What more is there to know? Curious cats - look no further! This article takes a closer look at the chemistry behind deodorant.
Sweat starts to flow when our body’s temperature rises, so it’s not unusual to get sweaty in hot weather, when exercising, or even eating spicy food. Sweating is a clever mechanism used by our bodies to cool us down. And, you’ve most likely noticed that after a good sweat your temperature starts to drop down to normal. However, sweating in humidity is a different ball game. Keep reading to learn why.
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