Examples of Excessive Sweating- Hyperhidrosis

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    There are no guidelines to determine what “normal” sweating is, but if you feel you sweat too much and your sweating has started to interfere with your everyday daily life, you may have hyperhidrosis. For example, you may have hyperhidrosis if: you avoid physical contact, such as shaking hands, because you feel self-conscious about your sweating; you don’t take part in activities, such as dancing or exercise, for fear they will make your sweating worse; excessive sweating is interfering with your job – for example, you have difficulty holding tools or using a computer keyboard; you are having problems with normal daily activities, such as driving; you are spending a significant amount of time coping with sweating – for example, frequently showering and changing your clothes and you become socially withdrawn and self-conscious.

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