Stop Hyperhidrosis – Or Die Trying!

July 27, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Looking for a way to stop hyperhidrosis?  By now you probably know that hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive sweating, it is also a condition that affects over 8 million people.  There are many things which could have caused it such as endocrine diseases, obesity, menopause, antidepressants, endocrine treatments, central nervous system or psychiatric disorders.

So if you’re dead set to stop hyperhidrosis from pushing you over the edge, here are a few things you can try out:

1.    Take Up Yoga

A lot of the time excessive sweating can be due to a lot of stress or nervous energy, this goes back to the “nervous system disorders”.  So by bringing down your anxiety levels, you can essentially treat your hyperhidrosis.  If you practice it every day, it will help to change your mindset and keep you more at ease throughout the day thus reducing how much you sweat.

2.    Do You Smoke?

If you smoke, quitting can be of great help to you too.  Smoking not only slowly kills you via lung cancer, it also dilates your blood vessels thus increasing your body temperature and causing you to sweat.  Those cigarettes aren’t as relaxing as you would think.

3.    Driclor

Then of course, there is Driclor.  This is a prescription medication so powerful you don’t even have to take it every day for it to be effective.  Just apply it at night making sure your skin is dry and the next morning wake up and wash the area where it was applied.  You don’t need to re-apply after that, you will be good for a day or two.

Now if none of these are powerful enough to stop hyperhidrosis for you, there is an even better all natural solution that works in under 2 weeks.  If you truly want to get rid of your sweating in a safe and effective way, check it out, many people are reporting their successes with it: click here for more info.

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Stop Hyperhidrosis

November 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Want to know how to stop hyperhidrosis?  The answer may be a little much for you.  You see, while there are a lot of treatments out there to stop excess sweating, not all of them work too well and the ones that do work tend to be quite extreme.  What do I mean by that?  Well, let’s take a look at one of your best options so you can see what I mean.

1.    ETS Surgery

ETS surgery is one of the best ways to stop hyperhidrosis.  This is a surgical procedure which involves making incisions in the back, inserting a camera in there, in between the ribcage and locating your sympathetic nerves.  Once found, they are then burned or clamped.  If they are burned, they are destroyed forever and will no longer send signals to your sweat glands to sweat.  Clamping is not as permanent, which in a way is good.  Why would I say that is good?

Well the truth is, even though this surgery is over 98% effective in reducing sweating, there are complications that arise.  Namely, there is compensatory sweating.  That is sweating on places like your back, and your stomach to make up for not being able to sweat from your underarms.  Some people find this is even worse than sweating from your underarms and there are horrible pics out on the net which show this unfortunate result.

So while you can stop hyperhidrosis, it’s a matter of whether you’re willing to roll the dice.  Are you willing to take the risk of getting compensatory sweating?  Are you willing to go under the knife and permanently destroy your nerves in your body?  It’s quite the decision to make

If that is too intense for you, there are safer solutions that are surprisingly just as effective.  There aren’t many of them, but I’ve done the leg work and thus far, the best all natural cure can be found here: click this link to check it out

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