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Election Anxiety? Stress Sweat Stinks: Here’s What To Do About It

Election Anxiety? Stress Sweat Stinks: Here’s What To Do About It

The International Hyperhidrosis Society explains how to beat B.O. at the polls.

Pipersville, PA, Oct 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The U.S. presidential election, the pandemic, and more. There is a lot to be stressed about these days and, unfortunately, that can mean more body odor, too.

5 Surprising Ways to Stop Sweating

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Pipersville, PA, August 16, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – 

Stress, exercise, weather, masks, and – well – being human... No matter when, why, where, or how much people sweat, there’s one thing most have in common – a desire to sweat less (or at least less noticeably).

To help, the sweat experts at the International Hyperhidrosis Society have five surprising (and perhaps amusing) sweat-busting tricks to consider, plus tried-and-true sweat-recommendations no one should overlook. The International Hyperhidrosis Society is the only global non-profit dedicated to research, education, awareness and advocacy related to the medical condition of excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), which means they really know sweat.

Can Sweat Spread COVID-19?

Sweat & Coronavirus: International Hyperhidrosis Society Weighs In

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Pipersville, PA, July 6, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) –

The non-profit International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) has been offering medical and scientific expertise on a full range of sweat topics for 20 years. From hyperhidrosis (chronic, extreme sweating) to chromhidrosis (like blue or green sweat), IHhS provides the sweat-health information people need to stay up-to-date and prepared. In that vein, here's important information from thought leaders about sweat and COVID-19.

Zero Sweat, Neon Sweat, Mega Sweat, Smelly Sweat & Bloody Sweat

Important Sweat Issues Explained by the International Hyperhidrosis Society

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Center Valley, PA, Jan 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

Sweat is essential to human survival, but when sweating is "different," serious issues come up -- like health concerns, lack of awareness and understanding, embarrassment, and more. To help, International Hyperhidrosis Society experts are providing a key sweat-condition summary:

Anhidrosis = No Sweat

Sweat is essential to human survival because it's the body's coolant, getting rid of excess heat and protecting the body from overheating. With anhidrosis, a person does NOT sweat (or doesn't sweat enough). Without being able to cool themselves, people with severe anhidrosis can be in serious danger if they attempt strenuous activity in high temperatures. They are at high risk for heat-related illnesses, coma or death as a result.

Factors that may lead to anhidrosis include (but are not limited to):

What Happens When Sweating Takes Over?

Hyperhidrosis Sufferers & Experts Share Hidden Stories for November’s Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month 2019

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Center Valley, PA, Oct. 22, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 

Sweating is necessary and normal to human functioning - until it’s not. 

Ground-breaking new podcasts, articles and entries into the Library of Congress shed light on the lives of those living with the rarely-talked-about medical condition of extreme, uncontrollable sweating called hyperhidrosis.  

Listen, connect, learn, share.

For most people, perspiration is the body’s air conditioning, keeping us cool and at the temperature our systems need to work and be healthy. For about 4.8% of the population, however, sweating can be extreme, over-reactive, uncontrollable, and unpredictable; leading to social and emotional issues, practical hurdles in daily life, ruined clothing and tech tools, hiding behaviors, and skin health risks. But while this sort of sweating is relatively common (more prevalent than peanut allergies and autism), it’s rarely talked about. In fact, too often, hyperhidrosis is ignored, misdiagnosed or under-treated. 

From Block Time to Coding, Don't Let Sweating Get in the Way

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August 13, 2019: (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- --

With summer winding down, students from kindergarten to college are gearing up to head back to school. For many, unfortunately, coursework isn’t the only challenge ahead -- they’ve got to manage the medical condition hyperhidrosis (Hh) or excessive sweating, as well. 

Hyperhidrosis issues at school are relatively common, in fact, based on prevalence data the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) presented to the American Academy of Dermatology, ~2.5 million or 17% of all teens experience excessive, uncontrollable sweating. Other data shows that hyperhidrosis has negative quality-of-life impacts equal to or greater than severe acne, is associated with much higher rates of anxiety and depression, and is more common than peanut allergies.

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