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*Immediately sniffs armpit*
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It might be more than just a skin condition.
People who sweat normally may experience the discomfort of sweat trickling down the back on a hot summer day, but imagine how debilitating hyperhidrosis could be with your entire body continuously wet and sweating, and having to interact with others.
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The sun's out and the temperature is rising — and that means things are about to get sweaty.
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Everyone sweats when they get too hot, but if you're frequently dripping in sweat for no reason, you could have hyperhidrosis, a treatable medical condition. "Sweating is a normal response to heat or...
TORONTO - Whether it's stifling, humid conditions, vigorous exercise or plain old stress that's the trigger, trickles or torrents of sweat streaming from the body will undoubtedly follow.From cool bea...