Summer is just around the corner and those suffering from excessive sweating have begun to dread the embarrassing prospect of underarm wet patches and the sweat-stained clothing.
Although sweating is a normal function of our body, in some people the sweat glands are in an overdrive due to an overactive sympathetic nervous system - a condition called ‘hyperhidrosis’. You might be suffering from hyperhidrosis, if you sweat copiously even when it is not too hot; if you feel the need to change clothing many times a day to hide sweaty armpits; if regular antiperspirants, deodorants don’t seem to be working; or if you have sweaty hands and feet.
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