Do you sweat more than other people? Does a five-minute workout on the treadmill leave you sopping wet? Do you wipe your hand before every handshake?
At the very least, excessive sweating is a hassle. But sometimes heavy sweating is a sign of a medical condition. True excessive sweating goes beyond the normal physical need to sweat. If you have hyperhidrosis, you may sweat heavily for no reason — when it’s not appropriate to the circumstances. Primary focal hyperhidrosis does not cause illness. Basically, you just sweat excessively. Although it is a medical condition, it’s not an indication of a disease or a drug interaction. People who have it are otherwise healthy. The symptoms of primary focal hyperhidrosis are fairly specific. It’s called focal or localised because it only affects specific parts of the body, such as the underarms, groin, head, face, hands, or feet. Symptoms also tend to be symmetrical, occurring on both sides equally.
See below Renew’s treatment choices to address excessive sweating.