Forms of Hyperhidrosis
Originally published Summer 2000

Facial Hyperhidrosis
Facial sweat may cause the patient to appear overly nervous when this is not the case. Some patients may also experience excessive facial blushing.

Palmer Hyperhidrosis
The amount of hand sweating varies from patient to patient and can range from mere moisture to dripping perspiration. Many patients report that their hands also feel cold. Sweaty hands make sufferers feel very uncomfortable in business and social situations and are often the most distressing manifestation of hyperhidrosis.

Axillary, Plantar, And Other Symptoms Of Hyperhidrosis
Axillary hyperhidrosis refers to excessive sweating in the armpits resulting in embarrassing wet marks on shirts and increase body odor. Extreme sweating of the feet is known as Plantar hyperhidrosis and is a known cause of foot odor. Less commonly, patients may experience increased sweating of the trunk or thighs.

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