Excessive Sweating and Night Sweats SymptomsMedical home remedies cure excessive sweating or hyperhidrosis including night sweats or sleep hyperhidrosis in a real effective way.

It is a condition in which sweating goes abnormally increased whether in the entire body in general or in its localized parts specifically; especially in hands, feet, armpits, and the groin; where sweat glands have a greater density than the rest of the body parts.

Excessive sweating can either be primary, i.e., congenital, caused by an overactive sympathetic nerve; or it can be secondary hyperhidrosis/ sleep hyperhidrosis, i.e., an acquired condition later anytime in life, caused by a thyroid or pituitary gland disorder, diabetes mellitus, tumors, gout, menopause, certain drugs, or mercury poisoning.

Hormonal changes play a big role in initiating night sweats or sleep hyperhidrosis in women over 40 entering their menopause or perimenopause phase of life, or else during their pregnancy period before that age.

A medical condition or infection may also cause excessive sweating whether during the day or at night, i.e., night sweats or sleep hyperhidrosis.

Underarm Sweat

Mainstream medicine uses higher concentrations of aluminium chloride in antiperspirants to manage excessive body sweating or night sweats. Botox or Dysport injections containing botulinum toxin type A are given to let the sweat glands go inoperative. Many anticholinergic drugs like Ditropan and Ditropan XL containing oxybutynin, Robinul containing glycopyrrolate, Probanthine containing propantheline bromide and Cogentin containing benztropine among others are administered to reduce the symptoms, though they all have side effects including drowsiness, visual symptoms and dryness in the mouth and other mucus membranes.

There are also surgical processes developed for sweat gland removal through sweat gland suction, retrodermal currettage, and axillary liposuction, Vaser or Laser Sweat Ablation. Another surgical procedure is endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy or ETS that clamps the thoracic ganglion on the main sympathetic chain running along the spine though the clamp can be removed later anytime. Again the side effects are many including compensatory sweating, nerve regeneration defeating the entire purpose of surgery, Horner’s Syndrome, gustatory sweating, very dry hands, and cardiac sympathetic denervation lowering heartbeat by 10%. Lumbar sympathectomy is a new surgical procedure clipping the sympathetic chain in the lumbar region to reduce excessive foot sweating; having side effects like hypotension, male infertility and erectile dysfunction. In Percutaneous sympathectomy the nerve is blocked by a phenol injection relieving the condition temporarily.

Mike Ramsey

Here is Mike Ramsey whose excessive underarm sweat started when he was in high school which continued through his twenties as he started his professional life at age 27. He had tried every single thing that the mainstream medicine offered but nothing really worked for him. He was about to say quit when attended a local seminar on natural health using medical home remedies. Though the speaker had not mentioned about sweating at all, but Mike somehow got a spark of insight into his own problem from whatever he was speaking about.

Guess what? Mike was able to cure his problem permanently with his newly discovered medical home remedies within a short span of a few weeks only, never to come back again till date in his life!

Now he has come up with Stop Sweating and Start Living: A Practical Guide to Ending Your Underarm Sweat Problem that gives a complete account of how he did it with special medical home remedies, and there is no reason why you cannot do it too. In fact already thousands of people have been benefited through resolving their condition using the exact procedure that he has noted down in the book.

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