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Hyperhidrosis linked to prevalence of anxiety, depression
 

Hyperhidrosis linked to prevalence of anxiety, depression

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There is a significant association between hyperhidrosis and the prevalence of anxiety and depression in a hyperhidrosis severity–dependent manner, according to both single variant and multivariable analyses.
 
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14 Dec 2016 - General
 
Actually, it is very well established that sweating is one of the commonest manifestations of anxiety. One theory is that anxiety causes the body temperature to rise, which in turn, causes sweating. However, excessive sweating and fear of embarrassme...
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Sweating is helpful in flushing out the toxins from the body to keep the body healthy but the excessive and unpredictable sweating that is called as hyperhidrosis is not good for health. A research study has revealed that hyperhidrosis is linked with...
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