I’m really desperate for advice on how to manage this cursed. I don’t even need to be active for sweat to be pouring off my face and making my hair wet. It’s getting so bad I don’t want to leave my home because I’m so embarrassed
my head gets very hot, especially when working or indoors, when i lay down at night it starts straight away my head is so hot my glasses steam up it drips down my face and neck,
Facial sweating is destroying my confidence to go to work, it's not classed as a disability and i have to endure working while sweat is actually dripping from my face, my hair looks like i've been swimming. Starting to become severely depressed in tears when i'm at home most of the time, could really do with some support and ideas about this.
Mine starts on my head and can actually feel it spreading out within my hair (like a puddle eh water getting bigger) then it's as though the moment it starts between fringe n brow line a sudden showers switch on using maximum pressure, within a minute (2 at most) I drenched(no joke when a say head 2 toe) what's worse this can last for as long as it decides it wants to stop, the longest it's lasted was at least 30 odd hrs continuos. What drives me crazy most,… read more
What do I have to say to my doctor for them to take me seriously about my excessive sweating!! I want to try oxy or benzo or whatever but what do I need to do to get it? I’ve tried prescription deodorant, my skin is to sensitive for that.
Please help... I’m desperate like you
My Gp is not very helpful so looking for recommendations for constant sweating head and soaking hair please. Thank you
I get hot flashes continuously, which always comes with going red and sweating so bad my clothes soak in minutes. If it's chilly outside steam will actually come off my head. Been tested for so many things and seen soo many doctors who have all given up on me even though they've seen it. My head and face are the worst though. It's a constant drip, it's ridiculous. I hate leaving my house. Anyone deal… read more
I've been struggling with getting a doctor to put it on file that I get dehydrated at very fast rate, particularly during any change in season. Yet, when I go in, they won't give me essential fluids unless I have some other sickness or malady. I wouldn't get sick as often if I was properly hydrated. Any suggestions or information welcome, I'm in WA for reference.
I take clonozapan for restless leg syndrome but am told its also used for parkinsons, I also take Zoloft for deression is clonozapan like Benztropine? if so it does not help with sweating. What kind of a dr should I see for hyperhidrosis?