Hyperhidrosis 101: What it is. And what it isn't. Listen and learn in our deep dive conversation.
Q: What does research tell us about Hyperhidrosis? A: Listen to Hyperhidrosis 101
What is hyperhidrosis really? In this episode of the KnowSweat podcast series we tackle the definitions, the data, the basics...and the heart.
Sit back and lean in for a fascinating conversation with distinguished guests, hyperhidrosis experts and co-founders of the International Hyperhidrosis Society, Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, Dr. David Pariser and Lisa J. Pieretti. Colleagues and co-revolutionaries in the under-represented world of excessive sweating, these three friends have been working for nearly two decades with a shared mission to make life with hyperhidrosis (and despite hyperhidrosis) easier, better and less lonesome.
But we don't want to give it all away. Grab your headphones or speakers and tune in now.
If you're looking to learn more about excessive sweating and the International Hyperhidrosis Society's mission to improve how sufferers manage their condition, this is a great place to start. Or, if you need help explaining hyperhidrosis to the people in your life, share this episode far and wide. And, of course, please don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the Know Sweat podcasts. When you do, more people can find us and find hyperhidrosis help and understanding.
Here at the International Hyperhidrosis Society, we strongly believe that the more we get legitimate sweat information out into the world… the more understanding we can garner… the more we can improve the lives of those living with sweat problems. With understanding comes empathy, motivation to improve diagnosis and treatment, and a willingness to reject stereotypes of "sweaty" individuals. #StopStigma
The Hyperhidrosis 101 episode of the KnowSweat podcasts has been made possible by an educational grant from Dermira, Inc. Want to hear more? Donate today and help us fill the airwaves with positive voices.
Thanks also to the following organizations for teaming up with the International Hyperhidrosis Society to share Hyperhidrosis Awareness Month messages: the George Washington University School of Medicine's Department of Dermatology, National Association of School Nurses, International Alliance of Dermatology Patient Organizations, Alliance for Patient Access, Derma Care Access Network, South Beach Symposium, Dermatology Nurses' Association, Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, Canadian Paediatric Society, American Podiatric Medical Association, Dr. Alba Catala Gonzalo of Hospital Plato, British Association of Dermatologists, Canadian Dermatology Association, European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, Dermatology Times and MDedge.
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