Sweating that starts in the armpits and returns to your hands is an indication of a condition called hyperhidrosis. If you have this, it’s important to get treatment as soon as possible so you can prevent further damage to your skin.
The majority of people with hyperhidrosis experience sweating around their genitals (called axillary hyperhydrosis) and sometimes on other parts of their body such as the face, palms or soles. Sweat ducts in these areas are often clogged because there isn’t enough fluid going through them – therefore they don’t function properly and sweat runs out instead! The initial signs include: constant dampness underclothing; visible moisture marks on clothing; feeling sticky when wearing clothes; excessive wetness between periods or even all day long; burning sensations while wearing tight pants or dresses. In some cases, hair may be affected too – usually permanent but if it regrows after losing hair from other causes…it may be treated by laser therapy which will also treat your sweating problem at the same time!