Q: What are some signs of hyperhidrosis?
A: The first sign is “sweaty palms.” If you have sweaty palms, sweat through your fingers or other parts of the body where you can feel the wetness. This sweating occurs even when you are not doing exercise or other physical activity. Sweating in these areas may also occur with stress and anxiety, particularly during warm weather months. Hyperhidrosis that causes your hands to become clammy means that they are drenched all day long, even though you have been totally inactive for an extended period of time (for example, working on a computer). There is no way this type of excessive sweating will stop by itself without treatment. Be sure to read about medications used to treat hyperhidrosis before deciding which course to take!
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