Everybody Sweat

It is a normal part of how our bodies regulate temperature. However, people with hyperhidrosis produce sweat in amounts far greater than needed to control their temperature.

For some people, their hyperhidrosis may be linked to some underlying condition such as diabetes or an overactive thyroid gland. For them, treatment of the underlying cause may also resolve their hyperhidrosis. As any treatment, invasive or not, can be extremely risky, this is not an option for everybody.

You are not alone if your life is affected by excessive sweating. The good news is that there is an option without getting any risky treatment. You can buy a Juvaa Sweat Shirt now and significantly improve your quality of life.

How we can be affected

People with this condition can produce a large volume of sweat. This means that the affected arias may be constantly damp. This may make normal everyday activities more difficult to carry out and it can cause embarrassment at work or socially.

It usually begins to affect people from childhood or adolescence and twenties, but it continues to affect individuals in their middle years.

It is however not true that excessive sweating causes body odor. The aroma that some people think is due to sweating is in fact caused by bacteria if sweat remains where it is for an extended period of time.

What are the causes of excessive underarm sweating?

Excessive underarm sweating is caused by overactivity of one type of sweat gland, the eccrine gland, sometimes called the merocrine glands. They produce a clear, oderless substance, sweat, consisting primarily of water.

This overactivity, it is thought, is linked to problems with the sympathetic nervous system which regulates many important functions of the body.

Eccrine glands are found virtually all over the body surface but they are concentrated on particular areas including under the armpits.

There are many factors which can stimulate excessive sweating

Examples of triggers include:

  • Exercise
  • Heat or cold
  • Alcohol, coffee or tea (with caffeine)
  • Smoking
  • Hot or spicy food
  • Stress, anxiety or strong emotions
  • Certain times of the day

Can excessive sweating be treated?

If you think you may be suffering from excessive sweating, there are certain lifestyle changes that can help:

  • Using antiperspirant / deodorants (not deodorants alone)
  • Avoiding known triggers such as caffeine or alcohol
  • Maintaining a cool environment
  • Wearing loose clothing
  • Trying to stay relaxed

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