Excessive sweating

Sweating is a natural process of the body. It servesa strategic function of regulating our body temperature, it cools our body down when its temperature is elevated and consequently prevents its overheating and helps avoid severe consequences of that condition. What is important, our body sweats all the time, even while we sleep, without us even feeling or perceiving it.

Sweat itself is not unpleasant, it is nearly odorless. When the sweat comes in contact with bacteria, it produces characteristic sharp smell that makes sweating uncomfortable and awkward for the affected person and for others. Amount of the sweat produced is equally important. The problem arises when it is excessive and uncontrollable.

Excessive sweating may occur even if a person does not have problems with sweat. It primarily affects people with obesity, women in the menopausal preiod and the elderly. Increased sweating may be also related to certain diseases and conditions, such as fever during infection, kidney disease, hyperthyroidism and diabetes. However, in most cases excessive sweating does not have a specific background; it occurs in the summer time, in stressful situations and during physical activity. And when it is a natural process at a moderate degree, we can use basic protective formulas. But if excessive sweating becomes a problem, specialized formulas available at a pharmacy, based on effective substances are necessary. Their specific use helps eliminate the problem for a long time.