Hyperhidrosis: why it occurs, how to deal with its manifestations
Hyperhidrosis: why it occurs, how to deal with its manifestations
апр 07, 2023

The hot season is coming soon. This means that for many people, excessive sweating will again become an urgent problem, as well as all the troubles associated with such a condition. Perspiration is attributed to the physiological processes by which water-salt metabolism occurs in the body. Body temperature is also regulated by sweating.

In some cases, the secretion of sweat increases. A person experiences discomfort associated with the appearance of stains on clothes, as well as the appearance of an unpleasant odor. This condition is called hyperhidrosis. Consider why there is increased sweating. Let's find out by what means it is necessary to deal with the uncomfortable phenomena that accompany it.

Causes of hyperhidrosis

With increased sweating, sweat is intensively secreted, which has an unpleasant and pungent odor. Hyperhidrosis can be of a physiological and pathological nature. In a normal state, a person's perspiration increases during heat, from excitement, and also when he experiences a feeling of fear. Sweating increases in pregnant women or in menopausal women.

Increased sweating is formed in the following pathological conditions:

  • Hormonal imbalance. Sweating increases in adolescents during puberty. Hyperhidrosis occurs in women with a complicated course of menopause.
  • Infections. With such pathologies, increased sweating appears together with a high body temperature. In the patient, this is due to a disorder in the body of the heat exchange function.
  • Fatness. This pathology is accompanied by hormonal changes, which are characterized by increased sweating.
  • Cardiovascular diseases. Hyperhidrosis is often caused by the presence of hypertension, vascular atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease and other pathologies in the patient.
  • Endocrine disorders. Disruption of the functioning of the endocrine glands is often accompanied by an increase in sweat production. Hyperhidrosis often develops with hyperthyroidism, a violation of the adrenal glands.
  • Neoplasms. Malignant tumors disrupt the normal course of most processes in the body. The toxins they secrete upset the sweating neuroregulation system.
  • Taking medications. Hyperhidrosis causes the use of drugs that are used in the treatment of hypertension, oral contraceptives, antibiotics, hypoglycemic pills, antidepressants and other medications.

Hyperhidrosis, which constantly occurs for no apparent reason, often serves as the initial sign of many diseases or poisoning. His appearance becomes a serious reason to consult a doctor.

Treatment of hyperhidrosis

Therapy for excessive sweating is aimed at the underlying disease. Measures are also being taken to reduce unpleasant sensations in the patient. The following medicines are used:

  • sedatives;
  • topical preparations (cholinolytics, herbal remedies, aluminum salts);
  • hormonal;
  • antibacterial;
  • botulinum toxin.

To reduce the manifestations of hyperhidrosis, which is associated with psychological problems, psychotherapy sessions are shown. In severe and persistent varieties of excessive sweating, surgical treatment is used.

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