oh! mine are like this too! i have no idea what to do about it, though. just reading this and thinking about my palms sweating got them clammy! /: ridiculous!posted almost 8 years ago
hm.. that sounds kind of scary! i don’t have diabetes, although i have low blood sugar, which is what diabetes is, mostly..
hm.. that sounds kind of scary! i don’t have diabetes, although i have low blood sugar, which is what diabetes is, mostly..it could be that!posted almost 8 years ago
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If it’s that bad I’d talk to your doc about getting………….. botox. Yes, in your hands. Cosmetically, it was originally injected at sites that produced excess sweat – to keep said sweat at bay. A lot of celebs get it injected at the armpits so they don’t soil couture gowns and whatnot : ). I’m sure they can do it in a light enough dose that reduces the sweating yet isn’t strong enough to numb the muscles/tissue.xoxo, SarahJayne @ Knockout Vintage Clothing posted almost 8 years ago
I think there are special lotions for this. Check with your doctor. He/she should be able to recommend one for you.
Hope it helps!posted almost 8 years ago
I don’t really know, but what SarahJayne said about botox sounds like it could really work. I know that people get botox in their armpits to stop excessive sweating..:pposted almost 8 years ago
I have this too! It’s Hyperhidrosis.
I would recommend drysol. However, it does come with tingly effects but your hand stay dry for the most part throughout the day.
I only used it once, but my palms are sweating less now. C:
hope that helps !