Compensatory Sweating

November 22, 2017 by · 1 Comment
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Hey Guys and Gals,

If you’re considering getting surgery done for your excessive sweating, it is important to consider the possibility of compensatory sweating.  What is compensatory sweating?  It is excessive sweating in other areas of the body(usually the chest or back) in response to not being able to sweat from your underarms due to surgery.

With Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy surgery, incisions are made in your back to gain access to your sympathetic nerves.  These nerves which signal your sweat glands to excrete sweat are essentially burned…DESTROYED.  Now this usually results in a drastic decrease in sweating from your underarms, over 98%, however, it can lead to excessive sweating elsewhere as you will see here:

Scary huh?

Before you jump on the surgery bandwagon it is important you understand these serious risks involved.  For those who have adverse effects like this, the surgery is IRREVERSIBLE!! They are doomed to deal with the compensatory sweating the rest of their life and if you live in a hot climate you will be at risk of heatstroke!

This is why it is imperative you seek out natural methods first.  Do not even consider this unless you have exhausted all your natural options… and if you actually do what I just said, you will never wind up having surgery done because there are powerful natural methods which cure you without you having to even go under the knife!  One of the best natural solutions that rivals ETS surgery in terms of effectiveness can be found by clicking on this link.

Originally posted 2008-09-21 02:54:00. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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