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  1. I agree with you, but I still have to try.
  2. None taken. Can you please tell me why?
  3. I have generalized HH. I came across a site that I think you should look at. http://www.bye-bye-excessive-armpit-sweat.com/index.html Basically what I got from this site is that I am not trying hard enough to control my sweating. I think we owe it to ourselves and each other to try most of the things on this site. It mostly means I have to do everything I can to be a healthier, happier person. I've come across too many posts on various sites saying that living a healthy lifestyle decreased their sweating to not try this. 1. detox- get all the crap you've been putting in your body out. Details of this on the site. 2. Eat healthy, natural foods. If you smoke or drink, stop. 3. Exercise- sweat out the toxins in your body. 4. Herbs- Go to the site. 5. Be happy. Easier said than done, I know. But you have to force yourself to not be stressed out, depressed, nervous, etc. You'll be much happier knowing that you're healthy and that you are going to beat HH. We are all different. Always check with your doctor before trying these things. Safety first. The site gets into detail about the things I have listed here and much more, and they should be able to provide an answer for any questions you have. Please don't forget to share your success story. Thanks for reading this.
  4. If you go to the Sweat Block site and click on "contact us" you can get a free sample of Sweat Block. It's made for the underarms but can be used on other parts of the body. Has anyone ever tried it? I ordered the sample a few days ago. I'll try it and let you know what happens.
  5. I had never heard of hh until a few months ago when I finally got the internet and searched "sweaty palms". I diagnosed myself with palmar hh, and I now just assume it's generalized hh because I never used to sweat so much in the past. The palmar hh was easy to diagnose because my hands are always wet, except for the few minutes at night just before I fall asleep. I've never seen a doctor about it because I have no health insurance. I've also suffered from depression and social anxiety for the last 5 or 6 years, and I decided not to take any medications for them (that might have been a mistake). Thanks for welcoming me and for your advice. It may be a long time before we find a cure for hh, but I'm confident that if we all work together we can find a way to at least have better control of it.
  6. Hi, my name is Mike, and I'm a sweataholic. This is my first post. I'm 27 years old, 6'1", 165 lbs. I've had palmar hh since childhood, and within the last year it has become generalized hh affecting my back, chest, feet, and just recently my face. Since I consider myself kind of new to hh, I find that it really frustrates and embarrasses me, and I'm determined to find some kind of solution to this problem that we all suffer. It's nice to know that I'm not the only one dealing with this, and we should all feel lucky to have the internet to find each other. I can honestly say that I've never shook hands with anyone in my life with palmar hh and I've never seen anyone sweat overall as much as I do who wasn't obese. I am thinking that the majority of people who suffer from HH also have something else in common that triggered the hh, such as social anxiety disorder, stress, and/or depression. Has anyone else ever thought these things might be linked together?
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