Don’t Overlook Hyperhidrosis

21st April 2017 by Daryll Baker
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The human body, no matter how strong it is, is prone to a lot of different problems. While some are hazardous and require immediate attention, others are often overlooked, as they are the ones that seem the most simple. One of such illnesses is Hyperhidrosis.

What is Hyperhidrosis?
People often refer to Hyperhidrosis as excessive sweating, whereas in reality, it is far more than just that. A lot of experts believe that Hyperhidrosis may not seem dangerous, but it certainly deteriorates the quality of your life.

In this illness, patients have overactive sweat glands in their body. In other words, those affected will sweat regardless of the condition, weather, climate, or surroundings they are in. You may start precipitating while lying comfortably on your couch or sitting at your workstation too.

Experts believe that this causes as much of a psychological burden as it does in the physical regard. There are two different types of Hyperhidrosis that you should know about.

Primary Hyperhidrosis
Physicians tend to believe that primary Hyperhidrosis takes place when there is over-activity in the sympathetic nervous system of the body. Several patients even sweat excessively as they become nervous about sweating in the first place. While the potential cause of primary Hyperhidrosis is yet to be discovered, things like POEMS syndrome, Trench foot, and Glomus tumour are said to be associated with it.

Secondary Hyperhidrosis
Unlike the primary counterpart, there are a lot of reasons firmly associated with secondary Hyperhidrosis. Some of the most common causes of it include different cancers, heart diseases, injuries in the spinal cord and a lot more.

What Should You Do?
If you think that you are a suffering from Hyperhidrosis, contact us on 0207 722 7370. We will guide you regarding the effective remedies to treat the condition.

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Daryll Baker is a Consultant Vascular Surgeon at the Royal Free Hospital London and Clinical Lead for North Central Region Vascular Services.

He read Medicine at Oxford University and trained in Vascular Surgery in Nottingham, London and Edinburgh. He obtained his research PhD from the University of Wales.

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