What Is Axillary Hyperhidrosis_ (1)

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What Is Axillary Hyperhidrosis_ (1)

  1. 1. What Is Axillary Hyperhidrosis?Excessive sweating often occur in the hands (palmar hyperhidrosis), the armpits (axillaryhyperhidrosis), or the feet (plantar hyperhidrosis). Axillary Hyperhidrosis is the correct medical termfor excessive sweating from the armpits. When suffering from axillary hyperhidrosis, excessivesweating from the underarm area occurs, resulting in wet marks and staining clothes.This type of sweating is embarrassing for those who suffer with it and the condition often lead peopleto avoid social situations. Also, sweating a lot tend to effect the professional lives because theembarrassment of wet underarms make people avoid work situations where their sweating conditionmay be displayed.The two most common types of hyperhidrosis are sweaty palms, or palmar hyperhidrosis, andexcessive underarm sweating, also known as axillary hyperhidrosis. Axillary Hyperhidrosis, excessivesweating in the armpits, very often results in embarrassing wet marks on shirts.A problem with a part of the nervous system that controls sweating may also result in excessivesweating. The very basic explanation for excessive sweating is that a segment of the sympatheticnervous system is responsible for this presentation. Although no one knows why some individualssweat excessively, it is understood that the sweating is controlled by the sympathetic nervous system.Hyperhidrosis is a condition where there is an excessive amount of sweating that sometimes affectsthe entire body. Excessive sweating is different from person to person and can occur in particularparts of the body or throughout the entire body, but in general hyperhidrosis or excessive sweatingoccurs over the entire body.Essential or primary hyperhidrosis may be due to an excessive activity of the reflex arcs involved insweating. In primary hyperhidrosis, the cause is unknown and excessive sweating is localized in thearmpits, hands, face, and/or feet. When it is primary hyperhidrosis, it means that no known physicalcause can be found for the excessive sweating.Stop sweating fast

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