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Is there something I could take to help me sweat less ?

Ok iam a 30 year old female who weighs 101 lb and is 5 7. For somereason I sweat really bad on my stomic, back and under my arms, Is there something I could take to help me sweat less? And what would cause this? It dosnt matter how hot or even cold it is I still sweat,if its cold I will sweat less but never the less I still sweat, I just dont understan,Iam always hot even when I got the air turned to 60 degrees..Can anyone help I hate it!!!
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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This condition is called hyperhydrosis,you do not worry it is common condition.
more sweating keeps your skin smooth,minute holes in the skin remains open so certain unwanted toxic materials excreted through perspiration and your kidney has to work less.
Only precaution you have to take is to take more salt with lemon juice to prevent low sodium level.
Take plenty of water.
Apply good talcum powder and use deodorant frequently to mask the smell.
ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 12 May 2011
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