This is a very common problem and can be caused by many things. As you sweat, your body reacts as though it were in an environment that had high temperatures (high humidity) which results in the skin having to work harder to keep cool. If you have ever been out on a hot day or received a sunstroke, then you will understand the importance of being able to regulate your body temperature effectively through sweating.
What are some of the difference between hyperhidrosis and primary generalized exanthem? These two conditions obviously aren’t actually related but they do have similarities that make them easy to confuse with each other. The most obvious similarity between these two conditions is that both involve excessive amounts of perspiration from large areas of the body – but there’s more than just this! In fact one major difference is that primary generalized exanthem usually only affects one area whereas hyperhidrosis may affect several different parts of the body at once! There are also differences in how these conditions present themselves: Hyperhidrosis often presents itself as patches, larger freckles or dark spots on various parts of the skin while primary generalized exanthem typically presents as red blotches which sometimes turn into cold sores but may rarely progress into blisters where they remain for months at a time before they disappear completely – this can be extremely disfiguring if left untreated for too long.