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What You Should Know About Hyperhidrosis — Number 3

In my article with SELF Magazine, I discuss ten things I wish people would understand about those who have hyperhidrosis. Here’s number three: No, seriously. We can’t just stop sweating.

With hyperhidrosis, our sweating problem is like a faucet that won’t turn off. Please head over to SELF to read more details about #3 below.

Hyperhidrosis—10 Things People With the Condition Wish You Knew. #3

Number 3 in my article with SELF magazine – Hyperhidrosis—10 Things People With the Condition Wish You Knew.
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(Image Credit: Cristi Goia)

What You Should Know About Hyperhidrosis — Number Two

In my article with SELF Magazine, I discuss ten things I wish people would understand about those who have hyperhidrosis. Here’s number two: hyperhidrosis affects every single aspect of our lives, from clothing to career choice.

If you have excessive sweating, you may avoid certain types of clothing and shoes because they can out you by showing sweat marks. You may also avoid certain careers, such as law enforcement or medicine because of the weapons or equipment you might have to handle. Please head over to SELF to read more details about #2 below.

What You Should Know About Hyperhidrosis — Number 2

Number 2 in my article with SELF magazine – Hyperhidrosis—10 Things People With the Condition Wish You Knew. Learn more!

(Image Credit: Cristi Goia)

What You Should Know About Hyperhidrosis — Number 1

In my article with SELF Magazine, I discuss ten things I wish people would understand about those who have hyperhidrosis. Here’s number one: We aren’t dirty. And yes, we bathe. A lot.

One of the misconceptions about people who have an excessive sweating problem is that we are dirty. We’re not.  Please head over to SELF to read more about #1 below.

What You Should Know About Hyperhidrosis #1

Number 1 in my article with SELF magazine – Hyperhidrosis—10 Things People With the Condition Wish You Knew. Learn more!

(Image Credit: Cristi Goia)

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