Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) is a condition where you experience excessive sweating on your skin. The most common places for this to occur are the underarms, hands and feet, as well as the face and head. As with many other conditions or diseases, there can be underlying causes that cause an increase in sweat production such as: medications (antidepressants), thyroid disease and blood circulation problems. There may also be psychological reasons behind hyperhidrosis like anxiety/stress which will affect the amount of sweat that one produces through nervousness.
What causes over-the-counter medication side effects?
Anticholinergics – Anticholinergic medicines reduce muscle activity such as those used for bladder spasms during urination; they include drugs such as oxybutynin chloride (Ditropan) or glycopyrrolate sodium (Myudifen). These medicines help manage overactive bladders by relaxing muscles around the urethra so urine can pass more easily than it normally would without these medicines. Side effects of anticholingeric drugs include: dry mouth, blurred vision and drowsiness – especially when driving or operating machinery after taking them. You should avoid using these types of medicine if you have glaucoma or if you suffer from asthma because they make it harder for your lungs to work properly making breathing more difficult resulting in an increased risk of attacks from wheezing bronchitis . They also don’t work