Both tears and sweat are salty, but they render a different result. Tears will get you sympathy; sweat will get you change – Jesse Jackson
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3 Reasons You Sweat So Much—And What to Do About It...
1. Your Mom, Uncle or Third Cousin Sweat a Lot Too
There's a type of excessive sweating that runs in families called primary hyperhidrosis (PH). Experts don't know what causes it, but it's definitely not because you have more sweat glands or that they're supersized. The size, number and location of these glands appear totally normal in people with PH, says Dee Anna Glaser, MD, professor of dermatology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine and president of the International Hyperhidrosis Society. Their best guess: Something's off with your body's autonomic nervous system, which controls your…
For when "glistening" is more like "sweating buckets."
Most people look forward to the summer months when the warm weather finally hits. But if you have hyperhidrosis, you likely dread the heat, because you suffer from excessive sweating, and you sweat way too much all year ’round, no beach weather necessary.
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Embarrassed about excessive sweating? You're not alone. Find out what it could be and how others may just be coping with it.
Founded in 2003 by an elite team of world-respected physicians and experts in hyperhidrosis research, the International Hyperhidrosis Society is the only independent, non-profit, global organization that strives to improve quality of life among those affected by excessive sweating.
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