Sweating


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Sweating

The act or practice of removing gold or some other precious metal from a coin. This has occurred since Roman times. When coins derive their value from the intrinsic value of the metals, sweating has been known to cause significant inflation.
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Another condition that causes abnormal sweating is night sweats, where a person perspires in their sleep.
In most cases, there is no obvious cause of excessive sweating and it isn't usually a serious risk to health.
It causes excessive sweating in localised areas in the body -- mainly the hands, feet, armpits or groin.
You don't take part in activities, such as dancing or exercise, for fear they will make your sweating worse.
If any of the following are happening to you regularly, according to NHS Choices, you may have hyperhidrosis: You avoid physical Dr Auld contact, such as shaking hands, because you feel self-conscious about your sweating.
Hyperhidrosis is caused when the nerves that control sweating don't function normally, causing constant sweating in one or more areas of the body.
The miraDry procedure is designed to treat primary axillary hyperhidrosis, the medical term that refers to a condition resulting in excessive sweating under the arms due to sweat glands that produce more sweat than is needed to cool the body.
1) Consequently, oral medications to decrease sweating target peripheral or CNS neurons.
If you are sweating out embarrassing perspiration for that upcoming summer wedding, consider Botox injections, suggests Erin Welch, a cosmetic dermatologist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas.
When excessive sweating affects the hands, feet and armpits, it's called primary or focal hyperhidrosis.