Excessive sweating can be an underlying symptom of a fatal disorder like bacterial infections, thyroid, diabetes and hyperhidrosis. Sweating not only makes you feel dirty but also releases a foul body odor. It can be very embarrassing at times. Antiperspirants can be used to reduce excessive sweating. It makes you feel refreshed and energetic. Many antiperspirants available in the market doesn't stop excessive sweating, but it does control body odor caused due to prolonged sweating. It can also be applied on your palms if you experience sweaty palms. In the longer run, using antiperspirants to cover your condition can be harmful to your health.
Heavy sweating creates a lot of emotional trauma due to shame and embarrassment. Hyperhidrosis is a form of disorder which occurs due to over-sweating. This disorder makes people avoid social gatherings and one on one interaction with other people. Studies show that people with hyperhidrosis tend to turn away from sexual and romantic relationships due to their low self esteem. Excessive sweating can also give rise to maceration. In this condition the skin has excess moisture which makes it mushy and wet resulting in the breakdown of the skin. Maceration in severe cases can also causes fungal infections mainly in the toes. A disorder known as ‘athlete's foot' occurs, where the infection spreads from the toes to the whole feet due to the formation of bacteria and virus inside the skin cavity. Bacterial infection and warts also arise due to excessive sweating. Depending on the severity a general physician or a dermatologist should be consulted for the treatment of excessive sweating.
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