Beth was just googling “excessive sweating” one day. She had never realized it was an actual medical condition. Her family had always told her she would grow out of it!
Eryn is 15 and has hyperhidrosis. She says, “I find that it’s really hard to be a relaxed, normal teenager when suffering from hyperhidrosis…[I hate] the way it makes me feel. My hyperhidrosis is like this little monster inside my head telling me that I can’t do this and I can’t do that. It gives me really low confidence and changes the way I go about normal tasks.”
Please welcome Guin from south central Massachusetts to the sweaty tribe. She is a brave soul with hyperhidrosis who has chosen to share her sweaty story on mylifeasapuddle.com.
Got hyperhidrosis? Here are some products that might work well to reduce excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis). Ask Santa for these items under your tree, or add them to your wish list year-round.
I am grateful for many things this month; one of them is you. Thank you for joining me here for a conversation I never thought I’d be leading.
If you’re one of my silent followers who don’t like, follow or comment on any of my posts for fear your sweaty secret will be outed, I see you, too. You matter.
Grab a mug of tea (or your preferred beverage of choice) and join me for a discussion on hyperhidrosis with Lauren on The Slippery Yogi podcast.
While there isn't a cure yet for hyperhidrosis, there are many treatment options for excessive sweating that are available over the counter, via prescription, or in a health care provider's office. Hyperhidrosis Defined If you're new to my blog, let's start at square...
Today is #WorldKindnessDay. While it’s important to be kind to others, how kind are you to yourself?
Do you talk down to yourself because of your hyperhidrosis? 💦 Does your sweaty inner monologue sound like a freight train 🚂 of negativity?