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Palmar hyperhidrosis
I tend to profusely sweat. Specially my palms and feet get cold and wet when i get excited. I also get anxious at times
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This particular hyperhydrosis may be related with nervousness & anxiety in some cases & sometimes there may not be any pathophysiological basis of it .
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You approach to good and homoeopath
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try to do yoga and pranayam and specially long breaths .
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Some people sweat profusely in stressful conditions. Consult nearby homeopathic physician for constitutional treatment.
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Hyperhydrosis causes lots of psychological stress and even sometimes depression and vice versa. Homeopathy treats such disorder with individual specific medicine with very successful outcome. Treatment is necessary, most will suggest you psychological counselling but in my opinion that helps rarely. Only a classical homeopath can help you.
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Some people do sweat a lot.Don't worry,take a note on your weight.
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Take more fruits,less salt and keep your body hydrated.
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Take homoeopathic treatment too if you wish. It will help you. You can contact me through practo.
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Excessive sweating due to excitement is common just the specific areas differ in different individuals.  Person specific homoeopathic medicines are available for this problem
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Avoid taking high salt in your diet
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You take silicea 30 for one week
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Hyperhidrosis treatment usually involves prescription-strength antiperspirants on the affected areas. Rarely, an underlying cause may be found and treated. For persistent hyperhidrosis, you may need to try different medications or other therapies. In severe cases, your doctor may suggest surgery either to remove the sweat glands or to disconnect the nerves responsible for the overproduction of sweat.
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