The exact cause of hyperhidrosis is not known. The sympathetic nervous system is the portion of the nervous system that controls the body’s energy and resources during stress or arousal.
Abnormal function of the central sympathetic nervous system may contribute to the development of hyperhidrosis. Therefore, when a person with hyperhidrosis sweats only in the underarms, hands, feet or head and experiences excitement or fear, their sweat glands may produce even more perspiration. Up to two-thirds of people with the condition have a family history, suggesting that genes may be involved.
Excessive sweating can also be caused by some medical conditions or side effects from medications, so its important to speak with your doctor to rule any conditions out.
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If your living with hyperhidrosis and your condition bothers you, there are things you can do to help lessen the impact of excessive sweating on your life.read more