Excessive sweating is one of the most common medical complaints among general population. It is more prevalent in women than men, but this trend has reversed in recent years due to improved health care and lifestyle. Several factors contribute to excessive sweating including: age; metabolic abnormalities, medications used for chronic conditions (e.g., hypertension); proximity to nerves that trigger sweat glands; poor diet; emotional stress; anxiety disorder etc. Individuals with anxiety disorders are particularly prone to hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating because they often experience distress when their body temperature rises above normal levels even for short periods of time outdoors or at work.
What are the symptoms of hyperhidrosis?
Symptoms include profuse perspiration while working, exercising, resting at home or during sleep (night sweats). The affected person may feel uneasy about his/her appearance and be embarrassed by it since he/she thinks that all people can see him/her naked under thin clothing (wearing tight-fitting clothes causes extreme discomfort) . Excessive sweatiness also interferes with daily activities like bathing, dressing up properly etc since some individuals wear loose clothing which allows air inside the garment thereby allowing moisture from skin to evaporate on its surface thus preventing harmful bacteria from entering body resulting in odors emanating from abdomen every day . Another inconvenience associated with excessive sweating is inability to go out without being noticed by others especially if wearing a shirt made up of thin material which readily reveals sweaty areas near ar