Having a Hard Time with Hyperhidrosis? Here’s a Treatment that can Help Stop It

Sweating is our body’s natural response whenever the temperature becomes too hot. Pamela Webert, an exercise physiologist at Henry Ford Health System, explains that “Sweating helps release heat, which helps maintain optimal body temperature,” at a comfortable 37°C. Although a rise in temperature is the most common cause for sweating, other reasons may include hormone shifts or stress. Now, one …