There are many reasons why someone might sweat more than others. We will discuss the most common ones in this article, but if you have any other questions or concerns don’t hesitate to contact us by phone at 1-800-558-5252 or email us anytime at [email protected].
1. Change in Body Temperature Rise: Sweating is controlled primarily by two parts of your body – one is primarily under voluntary control and the other is primarily under involuntary control. The major part of your brain that controls voluntary sweating comes from a region called preoptic area of hypothalamus (also known as preamputeal area). Normally when you get hot, this area becomes active and tells your sweat glands to produce sweat so that you can cool down quicker. Unfortunately, people with extreme cases of hyperhidrosis may not be able to do this properly which leads them to excessive sweating all over their bodies. This change in temperature rise happens because there are fewer nerve endings present on the surface of hands & feet compared with palms & soles (especially) while it also makes sense given that hands & feet tend to stay inside clothes for longer periods while hands & soles tend to come out more frequently during activities like playing sports etc., leading them getting exposed directly too much sun rays without proper protection like gloves/shades whereas on top they also touch surfaces (a table etc.) often bringing some foreign objects on these areas too which could make sweaty palms even worse!