My Life as a Puddle

Creating hyperhidrosis hope and awareness one drop at a time

Nominated! WEGO Health Awards Best in Show: Blog

Hello everyone! I am thrilled to announce that I have been nominated for the WEGO Health Awards Best in Show: Blog.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate me. I deeply appreciate your support and kind words. This nomination will help me to further spread my message, which is to create hyperhidrosis hope and awareness one drop at a time.

How You Can Help

The nomination process is now closed, so now it’s up to the judges to decide the winner. But you, my dear readers, can still help!

If you read my blog or follow me on facebook, Twitter or Instagram and have been inspired, reassured, felt less alone or less ashamed of your excessive sweating condition or have found treatment options based on what I’ve shared, I kindly ask a small favor:

Please visit my WEGO Health profile and endorse me.  All you have to do is click “add nomination” at the bottom right. This will help show the judges how I am trying to impact lives all over the world, offering hope and radical candor about this condition that can be mentally, socially and emotionally debilitating.

Hyperhidrosis affects five percent of the global population – that’s 367 million people! But it’s under-recognized and under-treated due in large part to lack of awareness and the shame and embarrassment those who have it may feel.

If you’ve felt less than, different or disgusted by your own body, it’s time to start advocating for more awareness, better hyperhidrosis treatments and more clinical trials. You can help do so by endorsing my nomination. Together, we can spread the word about hyperhidrosis.

Thank you.

2 Comments

  1. I’m extremely happy that you are finally being recognized for all the hard work you’ve put in simply trying to help people feel great and know that they’re not alone. Keep up the good work, Maria! You deserve all the best.

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