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What is causing excessive sweating in face and head?

Hi, may you answer me? Hi, doctor am i dying! This is inevitable. I always sweat when am in the church,in for presentation,with crowds having their attention focused on me. And to cut the story short,just now i ran from the church because while the whole church were standing singing the praises,it all started (the sweating on my face and head) and much start turning to watch my forehead and the sweating increased so i have to leave th church. Right now that i am writing this note am still crying,am 24 years old male virgin who has been having this problem for 12 years now. Am using a mobile browser. Please help this is my email: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Please relax. What you are facing is a normal phenomenon.

You tend to sweat when you are in crowded places like church, in apprehensive situations like amidst people. This should not put you down.

It occurs due to sympathetic stimulation.

Please relax your mind. You can try good deodorants and anti-perspirants that suit you.

Sympathectomy is a surgical procedure, which you can undergo to come out of the problem completely.

Hope this helps you.

Answered: Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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