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Living with Hyperhidrosis: Love & Dating

Valentine’s Day is known to be a stressful holiday, but for those who suffer from excessive sweating, it can be the most dreaded holiday of all. Hyperhidrosis sufferers know all too well how demoralizing it can be to constantly have to worry about uncontrollable sweating, in addition to wondering if those around them are taking notice.  It is a frustrating daily struggle that can lead one to resent their own body. Dermadry wants to change that.

Sweat Assessment: Understanding the Different Types of Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition characterized by excessive sweating. Depending on the cause, hyperhidrosis can be categorized as primary or secondary. It can also be generalized or focal, meaning it can affect the whole body or just some regions. Before commencing treatment, you must first determine the cause, or lack thereof, of your excessive sweating. Read on to find out more!
Sweat Science: Everything you Need to Know about Sweat!

Sweating, also known as perspiration, is an essential bodily function that helps regulate body temperature. Sweating is a completely normal response to various internal and external factors. Our individual sweat rate depends on a variety of factors, including temperature and our level of activity. However, if there is no recognized cause or trigger to the sweating, then it can signal a bigger problem. 

Dermadry is at Arab Health 2019!
Dermadry is delighted to announce its presence at Arab Health 2019, the largest healthcare conference in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), as wel...
Revisiting Pasma: Another word for Hyperhidrosis?

Pasma is a Filipino folk illness that is primarily characterized by excessive sweating of the hands. Many comparisons have been drawn between Pasma and the medical condition known as hyperhidrosis. So, what exactly is the link between the two?

The Remarkable Link Between Ingrown Toenails and Hyperhidrosis
Ingrown toenails are one of the most common diseases affecting the nail and surrounding areas. They're so common, in fact, that you or someone you know has probably suffered from them in the past. But did you know that excessive sweating of the feet, also known as plantar hyperhidrosis, may be to blame?