How To Decrease Sweating?

First of all, we would like to say that sweating is not a bad thing. You sweat when your body needs it and you let the water vapor out through your skin pores. This will cool you down and help with digestion process in case of hot weather or if you are working out for example. But the problem starts when the perspiration becomes excessive or even more than usual, so that one can’t stop sweating at least for some time each day no matter what they do. There are many reasons why this happens: Medications – medications can cause excessive sweating by slowing down parasympathetic nervous system which controls sweat glands function (see article on adrenal fatigue ).

– medications can cause excessive sweating by slowing down parasympathetic nervous system which controls sweat glands function (see article on ). Phobias – there are cases where persons become afraid of certain things such as spiders, heights etc., causing an extreme fear reaction leading to uncontrollable shaking or panic attacks accompanied with sweaty palms, difficulty breathing etc.. See also Anti-Anxiety Treatment .

– there are cases where persons become afraid of certain things such as spiders, heights etc., causing an extreme fear reaction leading to uncontrolled shaking or panic attacks accompanied with sweaty palms, difficulty breathing etc.. See also . Stress – stress causes high levels adrenaline hormone release especially during stressful events; this leads to increased blood flow into extremities (arms/legs) which causes them pain because muscles require less blood supply due to muscle

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