Foot Care – Podiatry – Hyperhidrosis: Excessive Sweating

A standalone disease or a Begleitsymtom? Heat or exertion, heavy sweating is not uncommon but healthy and vital. But what if sweat breaks out seemingly without reason and to the chastisement is foot odour. Here may be a functional disorder of the sweat glands. Affected persons suffer greatly. Sweating is a vital process that regulates our body temperature. Between 0.8 and 10 liter welding depending on the climate and pollution, the approximately two million sweat glands produce on the day. They are particularly densely present on the soles of the feet and palms of the hand. The welding on the surface reaches through the pores of the skin.

There he evaporates and removes excess heat the body. In conjunction with other regulatory mechanisms, the organism in this way can keep its temperature always constant. Multi-talented welding also the acid mantle of the skin is essentially rebuilt by welding. He transforms the skin surface in a slightly acidic environment and thus protects against bacteria and mushrooms. Sweat is 99 percent water. Substances, which provide for the natural humidity of the skin to be added. So many benefits which brings welding with it, it can be also so annoying.

Generally, it is colorless and odorless. The body sweats but too much unpleasant odours arise. Too much excessive sweating is called hyperhidrosis. While it can be a standalone disease (primary Hyperhidrosis). Violent sweat profusely, especially on the palms, soles of the feet or in the armpits are the result. The exact causes are so far only weakly researched. Excessive perspiration can also an accompaniment of different diseases such as high blood pressure, kidney disease, obesity, gastrointestinal disorders, cardiovascular disorders or diseases of the nervous system of his (secondary Hyperhidrosis). In this case, usually the whole body by sweating is affected. To prevent such diseases, should a heavy sweating necessarily Seek medical attention.