The first thing to do is have your doctor check you for any signs of an underlying medical problem. It’s important to rule out other possible causes of excessive sweating, because many illnesses can cause sweating in the groin area or around the eyes. For example, if you are experiencing excessive sweating under your arms but no other symptoms, it would be wise to have a thorough physical exam done just to make sure that there aren’t any underlying health problems causing this type of excessive sweating.
How long does it take for my body to stop producing too much sweat?
It depends on how severe the condition is and how long it has been going on. If you’ve had this problem for several years without getting any relief from changes in medications or dieting, then I would say that something like topical treatments may help as well as behavioral modifications such as changing sleeping hours and exercising more regularly (exercising with vigorous activity will decrease sweat production). However after those techniques don’t work (or they become inconvenient) then surgery may become necessary and doctors use either elective procedures like laser diode therapy or non-invasive surgical procedures like mini liposuction which can be performed remotely at home by plastic surgeons who specialize in these types of procedures. So if nothing else works over time we resort back into our last option where we request a referral from our primary care physician so that he/she can refer us to another specialist such as a dermatologist who specializes in hair removal surgeries such as electroly