Hyperhidrosis - Ayurvedic Medicines & Remedies

Ramdev Hyperhidrosis medicine

asked by keertana on 26 February 2015 21:36
I am 30 year old female, suffering with hyperhidrosis especially palms, soles,nose and buttocks since childhood. No significant family medical history. Never had any significant illness in the past. Sleep is adequate, bowel & bladder habits are normal, good appetite. I don't do any exercise as such, but I do walking because of my job. I eat all kinds of food, south indian food more... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Hyperhidrosis runs in families with no obvious reasons which causes excessive sweating. It is seen in the armpit, hands and feet and is known as Primary focal hyperhidrosis which is due to the overactive sweat glands. Secondary hyperhydrosis occurs due to hyperthyroidism, diabetes or anxietyAs it is a problem due to excessive Pitta, Ayurvedic medicines can be used to pacify it. Ayurvedic medicines.. Read more



Sweaty palms of hands and feet

asked by kottu on 10 September 2013 20:09
hello sir,my age is 22 years female,sir i have been suffering from sweaty palms of hands and feet from childhood,sir plz suggest me ayurvedic medicines which can reduce sweat and yoga aasanas,what ever i have been eating it is gone through sweat,sir plz help... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Gautam):- Hello Firstly, it is wrong information that whatever you eat is gone through sweat. That is impossible Excess sweating in palms and feet suggests that your body has too much heat Try the following suggestions that I have made: Eat food in time, do exercise daily for 20mins. Drink plenty of waterAvoid food and activities that can cause pitta prakopa - like spicy food, too sour food, non veg food.. Read more

Sweating in hands

asked by ruchikasharma on 12 October 2011 11:49
hand sweating plz tell me if there is any soluction to reduce hand sweating & also tel me how to enlarge breast.... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, Excess sweating on palms or feet is mainly due to hormonal imbalances or sensitiveness in most of the individuals and it is believed that excess sweating or hyperhidrosis is considered as medical condition when the problem is hampering one’s lifestyle, and is depends on ones mind faculty and few triggering factors are smell, stress, anxiety, and due to changes in hormonal levels, there.. Read more

Baba ramdev medicine for hyperhidrosis

asked by Leela Jawed on 11 August 2011 18:11
Sir, may I request information on baba ramdev medicine for hyperhidrosis ?, I am thankful to... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Ramani):- Hi Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating which sometimes will be naturally inherited or due to harmonal imbalance or sympathetic overactivity. The body tries to regulate the temperature. If it occurs in a hot weather or after physical activity, it can be normal and without these causes needs to be examined and treated. Satavari lehyam 1tsp before food twice daily. Chandraprabha vati 1 tab twice daily.. Read more

Hyperhidrosis ayurvedic medicine

asked by manoj s on 26 October 2010 20:23
DEAR SIR' i am suffering from hyperhydrosis ie palmsweating and feet sweatig my age is 20 yrs and wt 64 kg sir please suggest me suitable treatment procedure. MANOJ SINGH... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, Hyperhidrosis is a condition when person sweats excessively and unpredictably even during rest or even in cool temperatures, this pattern do occur due to glandular coordination is involved It happens in anxiety and stress persons more frequently. After excessive perspiration, there may be chances of bacterial reactions and excessive odor is exhibited Usually, in females, it may occur during.. Read more

Perspiration ayurvedic medicine

asked by prshnt on 7 September 2010 12:41
hai, im prashant and my hands n forelegs were sweating. wats the treatment for... Read More
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Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, You may be suffering from Hyperhidrosis. Hyperhidrosis is a condition where a person sweats excessively and unpredictably even during rest or even in cool temperatures. This is a pattern where glandular coordination is involved Usually if there is no proper hygiene, then after perspiration, there will be foul or bad odorPerspiration may intensifies if there is anxiety or emotional.. Read more

Hyperhidrosis ayurvedic medicine

asked by raul on 14 July 2010 17:19
Hyperhidrosis treatment... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, Hyperhidrosis is a condition in which a person sweats excessively and unpredictably. This may happen even when they are in rest or in cool temperatures also. If proper hygiene is not maintained, then there may be bad odor due to excessive sweating Though sweating is a physiological phenomenon up to certain levels, this may be a medical condition when hyperhidrosis and perspiration can.. Read more

Ayurvedic treatment of hyperhidrosis

asked by premdarji on 17 March 2010 12:56
Guruji namskar mere hath aur peron mein bahut pasina aata hain.pure din gile rahte hain jisse mein bahut pareshan rahta hun kripa karke mujhe iske liye uchit yoga or ilaz batayen ise doctor hyperhidrosis kahte hain aur bolte hain ye koi bimari nahin hain this is natural but mein isse bahut pareshan rahta... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, As per your question, you have excessive perspiration that is also called as hyperhidrosis which may cause discomfort in your day-to-day life. There may be changes in body odor also. If it is affecting your lifestyle, then you need a medical attention This may happen due to excessive tensions and emotional factors and acts as triggering factors. Emotional factors are like anxiety and.. Read more

Hyperhidrosis ayurvedic medicine

asked by prasanna on 1 February 2010 8:37
I am suffering from hyperhidrosis since my childhood (sweat palm & foot) in summer season condition is horrible. I am not able to write single word on paper Taking many treatment but not useful, kindly request you to guide me in the matter. I will be very thankful to you if you save me from hyperhidrosis thank you & regards prasanna... Read More
Expert's Advice (Dr.Vijay):- Hello, The following information may help you, Unusual changes in sweating — either excessive perspiration (hyperhidrosis) or little or no perspiration (anhidrosis) — can be cause for this kind of problem, changes in body odor may be a sign of a medical problem Perspiration sometimes triggered by emotions which is most likely to occur on your face, in your armpits, on your palms and on.. Read more





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