Where Do You Sweat?
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Underarm (Axillary) Hyperhidrosis
Axillary Hyperhidrosis is characterized by excessive sweating in the underarm or armpit. This form of hyperhidrosis often begins during puberty and may or may not be accompanied by odor. Sufferers often report soaking through clothing or having to change shirts often throughout the day. While over-the-counter antiperspirants can help, most with axillary hyperhidrosis find they are rendered useless over time and seek additional treatment options.
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Hand (Palmar) Hyperhidrosis
Excessive sweating of the palms of the hands (known as Palmar Hyperhidrosis) is the most common form of hyperhidrosis. Palmar hyperhidrosis is found in approximately one percent of the population and is often found to run in families. The condition typically begins in early childhood and can get worse with age making simple everyday tasks, socialization and professional encounters very difficult.
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Feet (Plantar) Hyperhidrosis
Plantar hyperhidrosis is a common form of hyperhidrosis that affects the feet. The condition typically begins during adolescence and can become more severe with age. In addition to the inconvenience of dealing with wet feet, plantar hyperhidrosis can also predispose sufferers to blisters as well as bacterial and fungal infections.
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Craniofacial hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating of the face, head and/or scalp. Craniofacial hyperhidrosis seems to commence at various stages in life. It is particularly difficult for many sufferers as it is almost impossible to hide the condition.
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