How does one end Hyperhydrosis

@aatifk (54)
May 6, 2007 7:03am CST
I'm too embarassed to have this problem of sweating in the palms and soles. Someone has suggested me a surgery. Is it adviceable to go through one? Please let me know your suggestions if any. Its really embarrasing to shake hands. People think i'm nervous from the beginning which in not true at all. Hence would like to end this deficiency.
3 responses
@ilenna (40)
• Philippines
6 May 07
we share the same problem! yes, it's really embarassing especially when it starts to sting. until i really haven't found any cure to this and is still searching for the best remedy for this thing. if ever, you get some ideas from other mylotters, please feel free to share with me too adn i would appreciate it very much.
@drannhh (15241)
• United States
19 Oct 07
Aseretdd apparently didn't see this discussion but has found a link explaining how to solve this problem using the herb sage to make a tea and this has helped her.
@amneris (29)
• Philippines
7 Jun 07
We have the same problem... I've undergone few treatments when I was a kid but it seems that it has expired. There are numerous procedures for this according to my research and the specialists I've talked with. One is surgery of the parasympathetic glands -- which may stop the sweating but would result to not so good effects to other body systems. There are also medications such as botox, which I haven't heard about yet. There are also atopical creams and solutions that may be applied to the hands and feet like aluminum chloride, which is somehow effective but should be perpetually applied. Also, a pharmacist friend of mine had told me that anxiety levels worsens the condition... so we start being embarassed or feels conscious about our sweaty hands or feet, the thought stimulates the sweat glands to produce more sweat... This suggests that mind over matter works! I'm actually looking for home or herbal remedies to try for my palmar/plantar hyperhydrosis.