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Is this good for sweaty hands?

A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

i notice that we are all women with anxiety problems and if somehow we could get our anxirty under control we might have a chance at least of slowing the heat wave down and if we cant then we have to figure out a way to make money with all this heat lol lol

posted over 2 years ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

I get so embarrassed when I’m out shopping and my head sweats the whole t8me. I have sweat running into my ears that feels like a bug crawling in them, then the sweat will go over my brows and into my eyes and the salty sweat burns them. I get so distracted that I forget to buy items on my list. I will put makeup on and do my hair and sometimes can even get through the routine and then all at once it starts and my head and face feel like they are on fire. I have started wearing a couple of nice baseball style hats when going our or to grandsons games on the days my hair will not dry at all. I am 63 and never experienced anything like this until about two years ago and was told has hypothyroidism. I started synthroid. But I gained about 40 lbs before being diagnosed and can’t seem to lose a lb of it. When I get in the car in spring and summer, I set the AC vents directly toward me and turn it in as high it will go and the temp stays on 60. That helps to dry up the sweat some. I can’t wait for winter and this is the second year that I have could the days until our first heavy frost in October. I make all the effort to try and dress nice and put a little makeup on even though it usually rolls down my face by the time I reach my destination and my short hair is dripping. Then after just grabbing just a few things because I have to get out of there before someone sees me like this , the perky little cashier looks at me and says to me, “oh, I didn’t realize it had started raining out.” She was not being insulting or unkind, I do look like I was caught in a downpour. I finally get to retire and enjoy life a little and the excessive scalp sweat starts. I’m tired.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

My sweat runs down my back down my crack and soaks my panties ,like I've pead myself,so imbarressing

posted over 2 years ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

I could of wrote that it sounds exactly the same as me. It is horrible all my arms and chest go slick and i have droplets dripping down my face off my nose into my eyes running down the sides of my face and even dripping off my chin to join the waterfall in the middle of my chest. Very embarrassing.

posted over 2 years ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

I have the exact problem as you. My heart breaks for what you are going thru. Nobody seems to understand how devastating it is to suffer with this dripping hair and crawling sensation all over your head. I’m in Canada and was just finally diagnosed at 65 yrs old. Been suffering for years. Love to you!

posted over 2 years ago
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