Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress

Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress

There are 183 comments on the Netscape story from Nov 28, 2009, titled Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress. In it, Netscape reports that:

Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress >> Are you suffering symptoms of stress, pain, sweating and weakness.

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Always hot

Los Angeles, CA

#145 Oct 2, 2012
The tea does not work just get Botox works like magic
Jared

Macomb, MI

#146 Oct 7, 2012
I have excessive sweating in my hands and feet.I have tried hushed tea for a week and it didn't work so i quit using it.I am going to try it one more time this time longer than a week nothing to lose at this point other than sweaty hands and sweet.
Jessica

Australia

#147 Oct 10, 2012
Hi I have suffered from hyperhidrosis since I can remember, it use to only be my palms and feet until I hit puberty now it's at my underarms too and it's pretty bad, I wear socks all the time because I can't stand to feel my feet wet and some times have a little fall because they are that wet, my whole life I have been self consious. Never comfortable holding a guys hand, giving a hand shake or a high 5 or even have someone brush against my hands or feet. I am reduced by the clothes I can wear and the kids of fabric. I have looked into other treatments and thought I would give the tea a try (considering with a child I have not got the money for other treatment) so wish me luck and I will keep you updated about how it goes!!
Liberty

Hollywood, FL

#148 Oct 16, 2012
I am 50 + yrs old and I hv endured excessive sweating for as long as I can remember. I sweat from head to toe....scalp, armpits, under my breast, back, crotch, back of knees, and feet...whew!!! Once I'm sweating profusely it's at least 30-40 minutes later before I start to dry off. I'm going to give this hushed tea a go. I long to dance for longer than 3 minutes, sit with friends without sweat pouring down my face, and so on and so on........wish me luck
Dan

Australia

#149 Oct 17, 2012
Hi all,

Im 24 and have had HH for years now, it effects me everyday have had enough and am finally doing something about it, i have a doctors appointment tomorrow, hopefully they can give me some guidance in what I can do
. I've only just recently heard about this tea and would like to see if it helps me or not, have mostly heard positive thing about it.
Does anyone now if it helps with facial blushing, as this is the part of HH that effects me the most? Does anyone else have this issue? Or has anyone got any advice for treatment for this area of HH? The sweating I've learnt to control or hide,(highly recommend driclor deoderant) but unfortunately you can't hide your face all that well in certain situations!
Thanks heaps
Need answers

United States

#150 Oct 27, 2012
Does this hushed tea really work? Please don't lie on the results
tracey

Toronto, Canada

#151 Oct 28, 2012
Nikkie wrote:
I am a sophomore in high school and palmar hiperhidrosis... I can't do any thing, I can't even take a test or hold hands bc my hands sweat so much to the point of dripping. I'm afraid that I won't be able to get a job either since I have to shake hands with my employer... I haven't had a boyfriend yet..I really hope that that tea will help!! right now I am trying the electric treatment, but it hurts most of the time and leaves my hands itchy.. Thank you for suggesting the tea Laurablueeyes, I will thank you even more if it works!! Wish me luck!:)
hey i know how you feel. I am not even in university yet because I feel like I can't get a job after so they're is no point. I want to study social work but feel how can I be a social worker who doesnt shake hands?
tracey

Toronto, Canada

#152 Oct 28, 2012
Dan wrote:
Hi all,
Im 24 and have had HH for years now, it effects me everyday have had enough and am finally doing something about it, i have a doctors appointment tomorrow, hopefully they can give me some guidance in what I can do
. I've only just recently heard about this tea and would like to see if it helps me or not, have mostly heard positive thing about it.
Does anyone now if it helps with facial blushing, as this is the part of HH that effects me the most? Does anyone else have this issue? Or has anyone got any advice for treatment for this area of HH? The sweating I've learnt to control or hide,(highly recommend driclor deoderant) but unfortunately you can't hide your face all that well in certain situations!
Thanks heaps
Hey hun, I have similiar problem. What do you mean, your face would turn rosy? Or sweat or both?
Emd83

Brooklyn, NY

#153 Nov 5, 2012
Ever since I was a child and could have memories,i have remembered myself as sweaty.not normal due to exercise or even mild anxiety, but relaxing not doing anything sweat literally dripping off my hands and rings halfway down my torso from armpits.i have changed my wardrobe,and even worn coats in warm weather when I couldnt get home to change my shirt.i have never been able to wear sky blue or orange red or basically any color besides black for 29 years.i feel like a freak.i ordered this tea today and if it works, I will be forever thankful and maybe even come out and promote this as publicly and loudly as I can to get it endorsed because its been years and all I ever heard of were invasive or over the counter deodorents.wish me luck!
Emd83

Brooklyn, NY

#154 Nov 5, 2012
Jessica..how is your tea working?sounds like u have it very similar to me.its awful.i just ordered mine today,but was wondering how u are doing so far?
Kari

Edmonton, Canada

#155 Jan 3, 2013
I have been on glycopyrrolate for about 4 years and experienced no aide effects. Over the past year I noticed my sweating has returned though and when I talked to my Dr he said most people delevelop an immunity to the drug after a while.

I just ordered the tea and hope it works.
Maggie wrote:
Hi, I have hyperhidrosis- I have suffered of excessive sweating of palms and feet all my life. It's brutal. I purchased the electric machine 6 years ago but this treatment takes time and it made my hands and feet itchy and irritated my skin between my toes and fingers. I just had a doctor's appointment today and she recommeded a Oral medication glycopyrrolate but one the side affects is blurry vision so I'm connerned of course. So I'm thinking of trying the Hushed Sea -Hyperhidrosis Herbal Tea. I'm just currious on what the side effects are?

Since: Nov 12

Mumbai, India

#156 Jan 3, 2013
hi ,
There is no side effect of tea.But if any person take too much amount of tea then it could be create problem and the result is acidity.so drink tea but only one or two times in a day.

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black beauty

Atlanta, GA

#157 Jan 12, 2013
I am a 29 year old female and I sweat all over my body. From my head, under my arms, my hand, feet, breast and even my groin area. This has been affecting my life since I was about twelve. I feel like I can't have a normal life because the sweating is taing over. I wated to know if the tea would be goog for me since its over my entire body. I'm not as confident as I use to b due to this. I have to buy clothes ad shoes often because the sweat leave stains....please give me any advice
black beauty

United States

#158 Jan 22, 2013
I have been drinking the tea for Few days now and I see no results..I wonder how long b4 I will see a difference
Buffy

Portsmouth, RI

#159 Jan 22, 2013
It does not work I have tried it, it's useless
diray

Bhopal, India

#162 Feb 28, 2013
hi,I am new here .I read our discussion about Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress.It is really interesting so I like to join you people to get and share information about Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress.
I hope you people help me.
Thank you!
Always hot

Kent, WA

#163 Mar 1, 2013
Yea that tea does not work try botox I had it done and it reduce my sweating by 70 percent where the botox was done my fore head and nose and my confidence has go up
Tasha

Australia

#165 Mar 5, 2013
Wow am I glad I found this forum! All your comments have been extremely helpful I thought I was alone in this problem, but I guess not! Hushed sea tea sounds like the miracle cure I've been looking for. Thanks again to everyone who posted in here :)
Gaby

Modesto, CA

#166 Mar 26, 2013
I've been having hyperhidrosis since I was 11 I am now 19 people don't understand how bad it really is including my parents they think I just use that as an excuse to not go to mass not want to be around people and stuff like that but it really sucks cause I can't wear certain nice shirts or sandals without sliding off of them. I've tried avert and that actually really helped i was completly dry for the whole day but after a couple months my body got use to it and stopped working for me. I recently purchased the hushed sea tea I've only been taking it for 3days now and having seen any difference but it does say it can take up to a week to start working. Hopefully it works if not I don't really know what else to try. If you guys know of anything else that isn't too overly expensive please please let me know(:
Ana

Palm Springs, CA

#168 Apr 23, 2013
I wonder how long it takes i've been drinking the tea for two days and still not very much of a difference.

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