Excessive SweatingI was wondering if anyone knows of a homeopathic treatment for excessive sweeting. First I would have to say that I always feel hot and it is very uncomfortable. I can't stand the summer time or heat of any kind. Heat makes me feel terrible. I prefer the winter because it is so much more comfortable for me. I always have red cheeks that make me look like I am blushing all the time. The sweeting all over my body, especailly my head, back, chest, hands, face. I tend to sweet more when I become neverous or get anxious. I sweet even while sitting or doing very little activity. If I wear a coat during the winter, I have sweat stains in the front and back of my shirit when I take my coat off. I am usually the only one that is sweating and it is ambarising and makes me not want to do anything were it would show. I went to a homeopath a few months ago, but was unable to go back, due to money problems. She was treating me for anxiety. She thought my consitution was Calc cabonica. Also it seems as though my sweat is sometimes think and sticky. Is there anything I can due about this excessive sweating and feeling extremely hot all the time. I have had my thyroid cheacked and it was normal.
StMike on 2006-02-09
walkin last decade
I am 15, but i can actually kind of relate.
my whole life i have always had "sweaty palms" and its quite annoying, embarrassing to, my friends grab my hands and go "eww why are they wet"
actually what it is, is called Hyperhydrosis. I actually have this electric little water tank that i sometimes stick my hands into and it relieves some of the sweatiness. You may want to ask a doctor about your..more extreme case of hyperhydrosis.
pr3ttyp1nk last decade
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