How To Stop Armpits From Sweating?

Answers from doctors:

Dr. Paul Cappuccio, dermatologist and clinical assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City, says that the condition is caused by an overproduction of sweat glands. “Sweat can be produced in excess by various factors including hormonal imbalances, certain medications (antibiotics for instance) as well as genetic predisposition,” he writes to us via email. The most common cause of hyperhidrosis is a rare disease called Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis or NCL for short which causes excessive production of sweat gland cells among other things. But you could also have something else going on like Hyperhydrosis which involves increased sweating all over your body instead of just underarms where it manifests itself with excessive oily skin flaking away into small patches or through loose-fitting clothing causing rashes around the neckline area Dr. John Koulouras , plastic surgeon & founder at Creative Plastic Surgeons explains this way: Sweating disorders are characterized by abnormal amounts of perspiration occurring even though levels of heat or exertion are not required Underarm hyperhidrosis occurs when there is too much activity within the armpit region Pityriasis rosea This skin disorder typically affects young girls between 4 and 12 years old It appears as pinkish red scaly lesions on the top layer of the epidermis It occurs after puberty due to inflammation caused by bacteria Staphylococcus Aure

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