Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress

Excess Sweating, Pain and Stress

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

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Cindy

Milwaukee, WI

#41 Jan 25, 2011
This tea is amazing. I bought it for my 17 year old son because he complained of sweaty hands and feet. He tried it a few days and being very impatient, quit drinking it because he didn't see instant results. So I have been taking it to control menopausal night sweats and early morning sweating when I am getting ready for work and it really works. But I have to add that it has other benefits. It makes me sleep very deep and peaceful and makes me feel less stressed and very calm. It seems to have a very good stress reducing effect that is also great for menopausal women. I am just about out and need to order more. It has a very strong herbal taste but if you add a bit of honey, it tastes great. This is a great product to reduce sweating AND stress!
scarlett

Pittsburg, CA

#42 Feb 6, 2011
Hyperhidrosis is a physical reaction to anxiety caused by depression and stress. I've had it for 4 years now, I'm 26 and just finally found the courage to go back to college. I experienced my first sweat attack 4 years ago in class I was sitting listening to my professor then out of no where my heart starts pounding i feel nervous i'm cold and shivering yet sweating excessively all over my paperwork that other students around me noticed.Not only were my hands sweating but my butt and feet.I was wearing sandals so sweat was pouring out of my shoes. I stood up and left class that day and I heard a few snickers behind me, I realized I left a butt print on the seat. I dropped out of school because I was too embarrased of my condition, if it was a one time thing it would be okay but I've never stoped sweating since. That was the year my grandmother died and I lost my job getting laid off so my therapist said I was having panick attacks. after 4 years of desperate researches and even tried botox I came across the book the power of now on oprah. I managed to stop the panick attacks but I'm still sweating because I still can't control my thoughts and anxiety. I'm telling my story because I know those who go through what i do feel lost, alone, and desperate. If you're thinking surgery, botox, or drugs it wont work. Its really all in the mind, the mind controls the nervous system. Control your thoughts because emotions are reaction to thoughts and sweating and anxiety is the result of your emotions.
Alan

Bay City, MI

#43 Feb 15, 2011
Hi

I use a product called Maxim Anti-Perspirant Roll-On. It has worked very well for me. You put it on your forehead the night before and it helps to control the sweat glands.
Alan

Bay City, MI

#44 Feb 15, 2011
Oops.

Here is the website: http://www.stopsweat.com/index.htm
Nick

Saint Louis, MI

#45 Feb 17, 2011
Cindy wrote:
This tea is amazing. I bought it for my 17 year old son because he complained of sweaty hands and feet. He tried it a few days and being very impatient, quit drinking it because he didn't see instant results. So I have been taking it to control menopausal night sweats and early morning sweating when I am getting ready for work and it really works. But I have to add that it has other benefits. It makes me sleep very deep and peaceful and makes me feel less stressed and very calm. It seems to have a very good stress reducing effect that is also great for menopausal women. I am just about out and need to order more. It has a very strong herbal taste but if you add a bit of honey, it tastes great. This is a great product to reduce sweating AND stress!
Where did you get it? Can you buy it locally or do you order it online? If online, what site is best?

Thanks.
Kylie

South Jordan, UT

#46 Feb 19, 2011
I'm fifteen and I have had this problem my whole life. I recently logged on to google and typed in sweaty hands and feet. When I saw how many other people there were like me, I started crying. There are many other horrible things out there it's true but it's hard to see it that way when you are sitting in school with your hands practically dripping with sweat hoping someone won't come up for something as simple as a high five. I haven't told ANYONE about this except my parents.. I guess I'm just glad I'm not alone. I have been doing the shock treatments for about two weeks. They worked the first few days but now it is coming back? The only thing is they are pretty painful and you have to do it every other day. I want to order the tea, I'm trying to convince my parents I hope it works. Anyone who has used it please post feedback.
Jodi

South Jordan, UT

#47 Feb 19, 2011
solrac wrote:
hello everyone.my problem is constant sweating on hands and feet.also accompanied by numbing sensation and swelling.i havent read anyone complain about swelling and numbness. is this normal for anyone else<
When my hands sweat, they sometimes get cold and red and swell a little..is this what you are talking about?
Zoe

Vacaville, CA

#48 Feb 19, 2011
I tried the herbal tea also and I can say that it did work a little and it worth buying I also tried hypnosis and it seem to be working I started this new job that deal with face to face contact with people and I always been so nervous to talk to people Because I would get hot start sweating on my face and be a hot mess but now I'm been trying to eat healthy staying away from sugars, hot food, onions/garlic cAffine and trying to lose weight and listening to my hypnosis and I'm slowly getting better with my sweating I'm a shy guy Always been never did good in school for that reason So I know alot of this sweating is all in the subconscious mind but also what you put in your body makes you sweat more And like I said I didn't do good in school so don't judge me on my writing
Zoe

Vacaville, CA

#49 Feb 19, 2011
Yes alot is in the mind but not all have you tried hypnosis its been working for me ies
scarlett wrote:
Hyperhidrosis is a physical reaction to anxiety caused by depression and stress. I've had it for 4 years now, I'm 26 and just finally found the courage to go back to college. I experienced my first sweat attack 4 years ago in class I was sitting listening to my professor then out of no where my heart starts pounding i feel nervous i'm cold and shivering yet sweating excessively all over my paperwork that other students around me noticed.Not only were my hands sweating but my butt and feet.I was wearing sandals so sweat was pouring out of my shoes. I stood up and left class that day and I heard a few snickers behind me, I realized I left a butt print on the seat. I dropped out of school because I was too embarrased of my condition, if it was a one time thing it would be okay but I've never stoped sweating since. That was the year my grandmother died and I lost my job getting laid off so my therapist said I was having panick attacks. after 4 years of desperate researches and even tried botox I came across the book the power of now on oprah. I managed to stop the panick attacks but I'm still sweating because I still can't control my thoughts and anxiety. I'm telling my story because I know those who go through what i do feel lost, alone, and desperate. If you're thinking surgery, botox, or drugs it wont work. Its really all in the mind, the mind controls the nervous system. Control your thoughts because emotions are reaction to thoughts and sweating and anxiety is the result of your emotions.
Rossi NYC

Rockaway Park, NY

#50 Mar 8, 2011
I am SOOOOO excited knowing that I'm not the only one. I will be buying the tea but I am on Anti depressents so how does the St. John Worts mix in with this? Does anyone know?
bryan

Chicago, IL

#51 Mar 22, 2011
rossi,
it is not recommended to mix st. john's wort with antidepressants. there are some that claim it can work and even benefit the other drug in the mix, but it can be very dangerous, so it is recommended against. try to stick with organic methods of controlling your sweating if you can. that is just my unprofessional opinion. as an ex-sufferer, it's the best, most thorough way out...i have some information over here: http://isweattoomuch.com/natural-supplements-...
Littleredridingh ood

Caledon, Canada

#52 Mar 30, 2011
I have had hyperhydrosis of the armpits for many years and it affected my life terribly. I also suffered depression and anxiety attacks and still have social anxiety. I think the social anxiety was caused because I was worried about sweating in public and being made fun of or considered "gross". I wore a lot of black tops or loose clothing to mask the sweat marks. I used to SOAK my tshirts even in the dead of winter.
Eventually I became a vegeterian and noticed after several months that the sweating was less severe. I could sit in my tshirt all day and not have to change it several times. Today I am totaly Vegan and also sugar free. I only use stevia,or a bit of honey or maple syrup. I also eat just natural food staying away from processed food. I am also premenopausal and no longer wake up in the night from sweating and although I still have some social anxiety and still get a bit sweaty from that I feel very much like a normal person. Changing my diet wasn't easy but there is lots of support and recipe ideas online.Coffee also made me sweat and still does. Our bodies like to sweat out toxins.
I am not scared of hot summers anymore!
Ashley

Denver, CO

#53 Apr 2, 2011
solrac wrote:
hello everyone.my problem is constant sweating on hands and feet.also accompanied by numbing sensation and swelling.i havent read anyone complain about swelling and numbness. is this normal for anyone else<
This is normal for me to have swelling on the knuckles of my hands. They get so overly sweaty and HOT to wear I cant use my fingers because of my knuckles being so swelled.
Ashley

Denver, CO

#54 Apr 2, 2011
Im 23 and have had HH of the underarms, hands and feet since I was 14 years old. As most of you already know, it has controlled my whole life. HH limits hundreds of things someone who was without it would be able to do. I've tried the shock treatments, it didn't help me at all it just hurt!! Ive tried other medical things..nothing has worked yet. And I'm too scared to have surgery because I dont want the sweating to go other places. I'm on the 2nd day of the Hushed Sea Tea. I'm praying everyday that this works. It does taste awful..but I add about 4 teaspoons of sugar and 5-6 drops of honey into every cup AND stick earplugs up my nose to help me not be able to taste it lol. When I do these 3 things, drinking it isnt so bad. I have also given up on my everyday coffee to see if that helps at all too. I would do Anything to get rid of this handicap!!!!
Zoe

Vacaville, CA

#55 Apr 2, 2011
I hope it works for you it work for me a little but I would just try to drink without the sugar the sugar in the body has alot to do with sweating
Steve

Harlow, UK

#56 May 23, 2011
I use avert (glycopyrrolate). I don't want to post/advoate any particular site but if you search and read up you'll find it, no prescription needed.

It works very well, side effects can be dry eyes/mouth as it blocks general bodily secretions and have to be careful in very hot weather as can result in overheating (i.e. there are times when your body does need to sweat).
Calvin- Edmonton- Canada

Edmonton, Canada

#57 May 24, 2011
Hi everyone. I am almost 30 years old and have had this HH for about 12 years now. I had the ETS surgery done in Texas in June 2008 for severe sweating of armpits and head/face. The head and left armpit is much better but the compensatory sweating is just RIDICULOUS! I lose between 5-10 pounds of water almost daily! I am praying this hushed tea works when I get it. Oredered it yesterday from steepingsherbal.com
It is horrible as all hell guys and no one understands like someone that has it. I won't go into how it bothers me cause there r too many aspects of life that is altered by it. Just praying this tea works..If not, magnesium supplements and or apple cider vinegar with real honey r my next 2 attempts before the new SDLA laser surgery!
MsPinky

Birchrunville, PA

#58 May 27, 2011
Laurablueeyes wrote:
I've been drinking this tea (hushed seas) for escessive sweating formally known as hyperhydrosis.
It's been about a month now and I can honestly say that I hardly ever break out in a sweat all over anymore. And when I do, I have a glass and it goes away. I'm talking sweat from anxiety and it was the most embarrassing part of my life. I am a widow and found it so hard to talk to men because I would sweat everytime, I'm talking pouring and dripping down my face sweat and under my breasts and my back. It was horrible and I am not getting paid or anything to talk about this. If I can help one person from that humility, then I feel I am doing something good by passing it on. Laura
Laura... I am very happy to here tht this tea worked for you and I am praying tht it works for me. I sweat extremely bad and no one, not even my dermatologist can tell me why I sweat frm my head this way. It is keeping me from being able to go out to socialize bcuz my hair and face is always soak and wet.
andy01

United States

#59 Jun 3, 2011
Hey guys, I am buying the tea today because of all the good reviews , but will someone tell me if it helps with sweating in other areas than just your palms, head , and feet ? The reason I ask is because I have to wear suits to work ALL day and live in Florida which makes it worse when its like 100 degrees outside . And I meet with clients and want to be feeling my best when I work . But often I sweat just about all down my legs and wearing a WOOL suit wen sweating profusely can be miserable . Please someone tell me if the tea has worked on sweating in all places ??????
Robert

San Luis De La Paz, Mexico

#60 Jun 9, 2011
I have a friend who sweats excessively. His body is normal buit. Even in cold place he sweats. He said he puts antiperspirant but it never works. Until he tried a program that is so effective as i see the effect on him. Surgery is so expensive but if you have money. why not.

He also said he used this great product and that it really helped him
Maybe it can help ya'll too
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