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Anxiety is actually a group of disorders in which persistent feelings of anxiety (worry and/or fear) become worse over time and interfere with a person’s work, school, and personal life.

Overview & Facts

What are Anxiety Disorders?

Anxiety is a natural reaction to stressful events or situations.  Examples include going on a first date, or making a public speech. Normal anxiety can actually help you rise to the occasion. But when anxiety interferes with your ability to live normally, for example, when constant fears or overwhelming worries make it hard to meet personal, professional and community responsibilities, you may have an anxiety disorder—a serious but treatable mental illness.

What are the Different Types of Anxiety Disorders?

They include: 

  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder--excessive anxiety or worry lasting for months that may include restlessness, sleep problems, muscle tension, irritability, fatigue, and trouble concentrating.
  • Panic Disorder--a disorder involving ongoing, unexpected panic attacks
  • Social Anxiety Disorder--a marked fear of social situations and being unfairly judged by others.

Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

While symptoms vary depending on the type of anxiety disorder a person has, common complaints include:

  • Panic attacks
  • Uncontrollable fears (phobias)
  • Obsessive or uncontrollable thoughts
  • Nightmares
  • Flashbacks about a traumatic experience
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Repeated ritualistic behaviors (constant hand washing, for example)
  • Trouble sitting still.

The physical symptoms associated with anxiety disorder may include:

  • cold, clammy (or sweaty) hands and feet
  • heart palpitations (racing heart) or a sense of skipping beats
  • dry mouth
  • shortness of breath
  • tingling or numbness in your hands or feet
  • nausea
  • dizziness
  • muscle tension.

What Causes Anxiety Disorders?

The exact cause or causes are not known, but stress is a likely contributing factor. Your environment, along with your genes, hormones, and brain chemistry are also thought to play key roles in developing anxiety disorders. 

Anxiety Disorders Treatment

Anxiety disorders are often treated with medication, counseling (psychotherapy), or a combination of both. The exact course of treatment will depend on your specific problem(s) and personal needs. Medications that can help in the treatment of anxiety disorders include:

  • anti-anxiety medications
  • antidepressant medications
  • beta-blockers.

You should check first with your family physician or another qualified healthcare provider if you think you may have an anxiety disorder. He or she can determine if your problem is a true anxiety disorder or another medical problem (or both). If you are diagnosed with an anxiety disorder you should seek the care of a trained mental health professional.

Anxiety, Stress, and Hyperhidrosis

Sweat happens, for pretty much everyone.

It may not always feel (or smell) all that pleasant, but it’s a natural response to rising body temperature. When the weather heats up, or when you exert yourself during physical activity, your body produces sweat to help you stay cool. In short, sweat serves a pretty important purpose.

Sometimes, though, you might find yourself sweating when your body doesn’t need to cool off. Sweating commonly happens as a response to fear or stress, which is why you might notice increased sweating as a physical symptom of anxiety.

Like typical sweat, anxiety sweat can appear all over your body, but you’ll usually notice it most on the:

  • palms
  • soles of your feet
  • face
  • armpits

Of course, worrying about sweating too much can also contribute to feelings of anxiety — not to mention become a self-fulfilling prophecy. If you sweat a lot when facing stress, you might begin to worry about sweating in front of other people. But that very concern might lead you to break out in a sweat.

A sweaty face and palms can feel pretty uncomfortable, but anxiety sweating can also contribute to emotional distress. Not only can frequent sweating complicate your daily routine, but it can also diminish your confidence.

You might begin to avoid social situations or anything that might prompt a sweat response. In time, anxiety sweating could trigger feelings of loneliness, even depression.

Keep reading to learn more about why anxiety sweating happens, plus get a few tips to manage — and prevent — it.

You have your sympathetic nervous system to thank for anxiety sweating.

If that term rings a bell, it’s because you may have come across it before, also in the context of anxiety. When you face a threat, whether real or perceived, your sympathetic nervous system prompts the fight-flight-freeze response.

Sweating is one key sign of this response. Fighting a threat, or fleeing from it, requires you to expend energy, which can raise your body temperature. But overheating would make it difficult to escape or keep fighting, so your body signals your sweat glands to produce sweat and keep you cool so that you can carry on.

Living with an anxiety disorder can mean your body and brain remain on constant alert for potential threats. As a result, you might regularly notice a full range of emotional and physical symptoms — beyond your sweat glands working overtime.

It’s also worth considering the flip side, too: Worries about extreme sweating, or other bodily responses, can easily characterize generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). This condition involves extreme and consistent worry about everyday events and situations.

With GAD, you might, for example, find yourself worrying about sweating constantly, perhaps to the point where it:

  • keeps you up at night
  • disrupts your concentration at school or work
  • makes it difficult to relax and enjoy hobbies and leisure time

To sum up: Anxiety can trigger sweating, but the knowledge that you sweat a lot can also lead to anxiety.

Social anxiety

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can also happen as a symptom of social anxiety disorder. In fact, according to the International Hyperhidrosis Society, up to 32 percent of people with social anxiety experience hyperhidrosis.

If you live with social anxiety, you likely feel intense stress and fear at the thought of embarrassing yourself or drawing negative feedback from others. These feelings might intensify when you have to join a group, speak in front of others, or meet new people.

Accordingly, you might go to great lengths to avoid drawing attention to yourself, but you still might worry about doing something other people can judge — like sweating a lot.

Yet since fear and stress can trigger sweat, you might quickly notice increased perspiration, along with other physical symptoms, like:

  • warmth and flushing, especially around your face (blushing)
  • head pain
  • lightheadness
  • trembling
  • clamminess in your hands
  • nausea
  • shortness of breath

Again, it’s also possible for sweating to prompt emotional distress that resembles social anxiety symptoms. If you know you sweat a lot, you might certainly feel nervous about sweating so much that others notice.

This fear could eventually prompt you to avoid social events, or any situations where people might notice you sweating.

Here are nine tips to manage social anxiety.

Other anxiety disorders

Evidence also links increased sweating to other anxiety disorders, namely panic disorder and specific phobia.

In a review of 86 studies, people with panic disorder tended to sweat more when they encountered a situation that triggered feelings of fear or panic. They also tended to sweat more on a daily basis — even when not facing a stressful situation.

People with a phobia, on the other hand, tended to sweat more when they encountered the object of their phobia.

Can other mental health conditions cause sweating?

Some emerging research also suggests a link between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and increased sweating, though experts have yet to explore this potential connection in depth.

Anecdotal reports do suggest that many people notice increased sweating when taking Adderall, a medication that treats ADHD symptoms.

The thought of mentioning extreme sweating to a healthcare professional, or anyone at all, may provoke some anxiety and emotional discomfort.

This may help explain why many people living with hyperhidrosis don’t get treatment — yet excessive sweating that goes unaddressed can have a far-reaching impact on your quality of life.

Excessive sweating can lead to social withdrawal, for one. If you worry about sweating during your daily activities, you might choose to cancel them and stay home instead. You might feel sad, even guilty, about avoiding them, but helpless to do anything else.

These feelings might, in turn, prompt a sense of general hopelessness, along with other symptoms of depression.

All that said, treatment can help ease anxiety sweating, so it’s worth reaching out for support.

Options for treatment include:

  • Antiperspirants with aluminum salts. If your regular antiperspirant doesn’t do much to curb your sweating, try an antiperspirant that contains a higher concentration of aluminum chloride — anywhere from 10 to 20 percent. You can apply these under your arms, of course, but you can also use them on your palms and the soles of your feet. A doctor or clinician can prescribe these antiperspirants when over-the-counter options aren’t strong enough.
  • Iontophoresis. This procedure delivers weak currents of electricity to your hands, feet, and underarms while you hold them underwater for up to 40 minutes. Experts believe this helps block the glands that produce sweat, but the effects are only temporary, so you may need regular sessions.
  • Topical or oral anticholinergics. These medications help block certain cell signals, including those that prompt your glands to produce sweat. A healthcare professional might prescribe oral oxybutynin or topical glycopyrrolate as an off-label treatment for sweating.
  • Botulinum toxin (Botox) injections. Like anticholinergics, Botox also helps prevent sweating by blocking the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which triggers sweat production. Treatment involves several injections, but the effects of Botox can last up to 2 years.

Learn more about treatments for excessive sweating.

Working with a therapist to address symptoms of anxiety (or any other mental health condition) can also make a difference. Treatment for anxiety generally includes therapy, medication, or a combination of the two.

If you experience anxiety because of sweating, treating the sweating will likely help ease these feelings. Still, it’s always a good idea to get support from a therapist for any persistent emotional or mental health symptoms, regardless of their direct cause.

A therapist can recommend treatment approaches to manage uncomfortable feelings around sweating. They can also offer tips for coping with distress, so you don’t feel the need to avoid social situations.

In search of quick tips to avoid getting sweaty in the first place? Here are a few ideas to consider.

Prepare with an antiperspirant

Using an antiperspirant regularly can help prevent sweating before it happens.

As noted above, it may be time to try a stronger antiperspirant if your regular brand doesn’t keep you dry. Follow the directions on the label to make sure you use it at the right time — applying it at night may yield better results.

Practice relaxation techniques

When you start to feel anxious, techniques that soothe and ground you can help calm racing worries and fears before they become overwhelming.

Not only do relaxation exercises help ease emotional distress, but they can also provide relief from physical symptoms, like sweating.

Options to try include:

  • progressive muscle relaxation
  • guided imagery
  • visualization
  • deep breathing exercises

Get more tips to help reduce anxiety naturally.

Take steps to stay cool

While anxious sweating doesn’t happen because you’re warm, feeling too hot could absolutely make matters worse. What’s more, if you’re overly warm, you might worry even more about sweating, which only feeds into the anxiety sweating loop.

You might try:

  • dressing in easily removable layers
  • sticking close to doors and windows
  • keeping a cold drink nearby
  • stepping outside for some fresh air

Find a positive distraction

Fixating on the source of your anxiety — from fears about sweating to anything else — generally only serves to intensify that worry.

It might not always feel easy, or even possible, to change the course of your thoughts. Still, making the effort to focus on something that inspires peaceful or positive feelings could have some benefit.

A few ideas:

  • Watch a favorite funny video.
  • Listen to a song that calms or energizes you.
  • Think about something great that happened recently, or an upcoming event you’re looking forward to.
  • Text a close friend or loved one.
  • Grab a favorite book and re-read a chapter or two.
  • Take a short walk.

When to reach out

In-the-moment coping tips often do make a difference, but they don’t replace professional support for anxiety.

A trained therapist can offer more guidance with identifying anxiety triggers and exploring helpful strategies for coping with unwanted thought patterns, sweating and other anxiety symptoms, and emotional distress that relates to excessive sweating.

Reaching out for support is a good next step when either anxiety or sweating begin to affect your:

  • daily routine
  • personal and professional relationships
  • ability to attend school or work
  • overall mood and quality of life
  • view of yourself

In search of online support? Our review of the best online therapy options can help you find the right fit.

Anxiety sweating is pretty common, but you can find ways to cope with it — and the distress it can cause.

Plenty of different treatments can help prevent excess sweating. Treating the sweating can, in turn, lower your chances of getting stuck in that sweat-anxiety-sweat cycle, or even experiencing depression related to sweating.

Keep in mind, too, that getting support for anxiety can help with all anxiety symptoms, including sweating — but it never hurts to consider addressing both anxiety and sweating at the same time.

Not sure where to start? A healthcare professional can help you explore your options for treatment.

Hyperhidrosis: types, causes and symptoms

The fight against excessive sweating, or Botox against hyperhidrosis

Sweating is an absolutely natural process for the body of every person. Daily - physical activity, warm or hot drinks, emotional outbursts or hot air temperature. We are accustomed to sweating during sports, on the beach or in a stuffy room. But do you know where the norm ends?

Increased sweating is not a sentence, but a “signal” of your body about the need to consult a cosmetologist. When certain areas of the face sweat for no reason, when the armpits or palms get too wet, when the feet treacherously sweat at any time of the year, then you definitely need aesthetic medicine. nine0005

According to statistics, hyperhidrosis occurs in 3% of the adult population, and with an equal degree of probability in both men and women.

Hyperhidrosis: types, causes and symptoms

Briefly: hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating, which is generalized or local (local) in nature. It occurs due to disruption of the nerve endings, sometimes the fault is external factors: stress and anxiety. nine0023

Now more about why excessive sweating occurs, what factors particularly affect the work of the sweat glands and when sweating becomes a problem.

If we talk about the causes of excessive sweating, we should distinguish between primary hyperhidrosis (local) and secondary hyperhidrosis (caused by more serious diseases).

“Excessive sweating should not fetter a person. In the summer, more than ever, we want to feel comfortable in any situation: on a morning run, in the gym, on an exciting date. You can feel absolutely free for 4-6 months after injection of botulinum toxin (Dysport), after which the secretion of sweat glands in the area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe armpits, feet or palms is temporarily blocked," - doctor cosmetologist of the MV Aesthetics clinic Lilia Gulenko.

Idiopathic hyperhidrosis is a problem that cosmetology solves!

Excessive sweating in certain areas of the face, armpits, feet, hands or head is a fairly common problem among people of all ages. This is not a critical illness , requiring any major medical attention. But still, it is necessary to eliminate - . Here to help - "beauty injections" of injection cosmetology. The reasons may be banal stress, an excited emotional state, or frequent active training. Perhaps the appearance of regional merocrine sweat glands or an overreaction of these glands to physical activity. nine0005

Secondary or generalized hyperhidrosis is a reason to see a doctor

Here the reasons are deeper: diseases of the nervous or endocrine systems, heart or blood vessels. Secondary hyperhidrosis can also be caused by:

  • overactive thyroid gland (hyperthyroidism), pheochromocytoma,
  • diabetes mellitus, acromegaly, menopause,
  • vegetative-vascular dystonia, panic attacks, phobic disorders, Parkinson's disease, polyneuropathy,
  • during pregnancy or menopause,
  • overweight or completely overweight,
  • infectious diseases: tuberculosis, malaria, brucellosis, helminthiases, sepsis, AIDS, etc.,
  • kidney disease,
  • genetic diseases of various kinds.

In this case, the doctor will prescribe a complex treatment for you, since you need to eliminate the causes from the inside, and not just the consequences from the outside.

Treatment of hyperhidrosis: how to get rid of sweat for a long time

Sometimes deodorants do not help, and sometimes they just become allergic. Sometimes in the hot season, the mere thought of moving around the city throws you into a sweat. Sometimes choosing shoes that don’t leave unpleasant odors after wearing seems an unrealistic task. Excessive sweating of the legs and arms, profuse sweating of the armpits - this problem has a solution in aesthetic medicine.

Botulinum therapy for hyperhidrosis

51, but in practice, doctors decided to work out these injections only in 1994. Having studied the method in detail, they came to the conclusion that botulinum toxins block the transmission of nerve impulses at the level of postganglionic nerve fibers. This means that the signal about the functioning of the sweat glands simply does not reach. Treatment of hyperhidrosis with Botox / Dysport is a method that specifically affects the desired - especially prone to problem - area, without disturbing the muscle activity of other parts of the body.

Botox / Dysport armpit injections

Injections of botulinum toxin into the armpits are almost imperceptible. The skin is lubricated with a special anesthetic. Then they disinfect and allow the alcohol to evaporate completely, as it contributes to the disintegration of the active substance. Further, points for injections are applied with a special marker, the drug is injected to a depth of no more than 3 millimeters. A small papule forms at the injection site - there is a slight burning sensation and tingling.

“I'm active in sports almost every day - it's part of my job. I drink a lot of liquid, which also entails changes in the body. I found out that hyperhidrosis is a problem directly at the MV Aesthetics clinic during a consultation with a cosmetologist. Actually, I decided to agree to injections of Dysport. Almost a month has passed - I have absolutely no regrets, I feel the result " , is a guest at the MV Aesthetics clinic.

After the introduction of botulinum neurotoxin, an experienced cosmetologist will recommend that you do not apply antiperspirants to the treated areas for a week, do not visit the sauna and bath, try to avoid direct sunlight as much as possible, do not give the body active physical activity, give up alcohol and antibiotics.

The procedure lasts 15-20 minutes.

Typically, the drug begins to act 2-3 days after injection and reaches its peak after 14-15 days. The duration of the effect of injections depends on the individual characteristics of the person, but on average from 6–9months or more.

Indications and contraindications of botulinum therapy for hyperhidrosis

Indications for "beauty injections" in the armpits (and some other areas of the body) Botox / Dysport are obvious - increased unwanted sweating. To date, this is the most effective way to get rid of hyperhidrosis in men and women.

Benefits of injection cosmetology for hyperhidrosis

  • Guaranteed result. The procedure has been carried out by cosmetologists of the world for more than 20 years. The dosage of the drug is calculated as accurately as possible for each person, so the risk of side effects is minimal. nine0051
  • Reliability. You will see the result immediately after the first procedure. Of course, the effect cannot last a lifetime, it is recommended to repeat injections every 8-10 months.
  • Security. In the absence of strict contraindications, botulinum toxins do not have a negative effect on the body and general human health.
  • Local action. The drug acts exclusively in the injection zone, without disturbing the work of other muscles.


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  • menstruation,
  • presence of inflammation in the injection area,
  • elevated body temperature,
  • taking antibiotics,
  • lung diseases (pneumonia, asthma, etc.),
  • bleeding disorder,
  • myasthenia gravis,
  • autoimmune and allergic diseases,
  • hemophilia.

Don't ignore your health and natural beauty concerns. Aesthetic medicine and cosmetology is able to cope with so many issues of beauty and comfort. nine0005

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What does sweating say

Sweat glands are located throughout the human body. They secrete a liquid that, when evaporated, helps to cool the body. This is how thermoregulation works. Sometimes the amount of sweat increases several times, this condition is called hyperhidrosis. Excessive sweating can be localized and affect only the armpits or palms. Sometimes this condition extends to the whole body. In this case, the causes are most often associated with various pathologies. nine0005

What is hyperhidrosis

There are 2 types of sweat glands in humans, which differ in their functions and mechanisms of regulation:

  • fibers, where the main substance is adrenaline. They begin to function in adolescence, produce a secret with pheromones - an individual smell, under stress the function increases, but they do not participate in thermoregulation. nine0051
  • Eccrine glands - the largest number - in the armpits, on the feet and palms, secrete the liquid part of sweat. The main regulator of the function is acetylcholine. The glands are involved in thermoregulation and sweating during stress.

The work of the vegetative unequal system that controls the sweat glands is not controlled by consciousness. Therefore, it is impossible to cause increased sweating on its own, it increases in response to an increase in body temperature during illness, in hot weather or after exercise. Sweating increases with excitement, emotional stress, which leads to the release of adrenaline. nine0005

But the state of hyperhidrosis is different from normal sweat production. The glands work actively when a person is calm and does not overheat. It is often associated with various pathologies. Allocate diffuse hyperhidrosis, in which sweating increases throughout the body. The disease is often associated with pathology of the nervous system. Local, or focal hyperhidrosis, affects only one area of ​​the body. This form is the most common.

Sweating may be seasonal and occur only during the hot season, but in most people with the pathology, it does not depend on the season. nine0005

Causes of excessive sweating

Dermatologists are most often visited by patients with a primary form of pathology, in which it is impossible to determine the cause. The first symptoms of hyperhidrosis appear during puberty. In girls and boys, this is due to an increase in the activity of the hormone testosterone and cortisol, the immaturity of the nervous system. Daily sweating becomes strong, activity increases in all types of sweat glands. Therefore, in adolescents, body odor increases. nine0005

Primary hyperhidrosis is believed to be due to hereditary factors in 30-50% of patients. But the first symptoms can appear at the age of 20-30 years. They are provoked by chronic stress, hormonal changes and other reasons. The secondary form of increased armpit sweating is associated with the following conditions:

  • excitability and high activity of the autonomic nervous system;
  • endocrine pathologies, most often the state of hyperthyroidism, insulin resistance in diabetes mellitus; nine0051
  • diseases of the cardiovascular system, accompanied by a violation of the heart rhythm, palpitations;
  • certain types of malignant and benign tumors;
  • metabolic disorders and overweight;
  • overdose or side effects of drugs that affect the autonomic nervous system.

It is not always possible to determine the cause of heavy sweating. But it helps to effectively fight sweating. nine0005

Armpit sweating in women

In the female body, the release of a large amount of sweat depends on the hormonal background. When it changes, the interaction of various parts of the autonomic nervous system changes. This process is most pronounced during menopause.

With a decrease in ovarian function in women, their stimulation by pituitary hormones - follicle-stimulating and luteinizing - increases. But due to physiological characteristics, at the same time, the release of thyroid-stimulating hormone increases, which increases blood flow in the thyroid gland. Most often, this process starts in the evening or at night. It manifests itself in the form of hot flashes - the appearance of a feeling of heat in the upper body and head. The woman begins to sweat profusely. The duration of such an attack is several minutes. nine0005

You are more likely to experience heavy sweating if you are overweight. Violations of thermoregulation appear with arterial hypertension. These diseases also often progress after age 50. Hyperhidrosis in this case is secondary. It does not pose a danger to life, but it causes discomfort.

Underarm sweating in men

The male body is regulated by the hormone testosterone. It performs an anabolic function, speeds up metabolism. Men are also more sensitive to adrenaline. Therefore, small bursts of this hormone increase the heart rate, increase the reaction rate and lead to armpit sweating. nine0005

A man may sweat more than usual if he prefers hot and spicy food. Sweating of the armpits and the whole body increases greatly when drinking alcoholic beverages. In this case, hyperhidrosis is associated with metabolic processes, so the body removes toxic substances after the utilization of ethanol. Nicotine is a direct stimulant. It increases the synthesis of acetylcholine, which enhances the work of the sweat glands. Therefore, in men who smoke, sweating is a natural phenomenon. nine0005

Sweating occurs with severe nervous strain. The work of men is more likely than that of women to be associated with stress or hazardous activities.

Men are susceptible to obesity, metabolic disorders and arterial hypertension. The risk group includes those who lead an inactive lifestyle, have a large waist circumference at the age of 45-50. These disorders affect the tone of the sympathetic nervous system and sweating.

When to see a doctor

If a person begins to sweat during exercise, hot weather, or a lot of excitement, there is no cause for concern. Health problems are indicated by sweating, which occurs against the background of complete calm or is accompanied by additional symptoms.

Slightly elevated body temperature accompanied by night or evening sweats may be a sign of a chronic infection. Sometimes this is manifested by pulmonary tuberculosis, immune disorders, the initial stages of oncological diseases. nine0005

A dangerous symptom is the appearance of weakness, dizziness, loss of consciousness against the background of increased sweating. This may be a sign of low glucose levels - hypoglycemia. The condition is life-threatening and therefore requires emergency medical attention. Hyperhidrosis is cured only after the normalization of the level of glucose .

Older women who have menstrual irregularities and the first symptoms of approaching menopause require special treatment. Without special means ( Klimadinon , etc.), the condition may gradually worsen, menopause will be difficult.

Increased sweat secretion is one of the signs of thyrotoxicosis. This disease is accompanied by an increase in thyroid function and the release of elevated doses of hormones into the blood. At the same time, the heartbeat increases, heart rhythm disturbances appear, a person quickly loses body weight, despite the preservation of the nature of nutrition.

Treatments for excessive sweating

To get rid of excessive sweating, it is necessary to eliminate provoking factors. They start with simple measures:

  • eat warm food, refuse spicy food;
  • eliminate alcohol from the diet;
  • stop smoking;
  • avoid stress or learn to control emotions.

Antiperspirant deodorants help with mild cases. Vichy contains aluminum chloride and dimethicone to help regulate perspiration. Similar lineup in Dry Control Extra forte deodorant . For those who are allergic to deodorants, special Elfarm liners , which are also available in black, will help prevent soaking of clothes later.

Folk remedies help cure sweating. At home, prepare a decoction of mint, chamomile flowers, oak bark. In the solution, moisten a napkin, which wipe the problem areas. Baths with the addition of infusion on sage leaves are effective. But it is necessary to carry out therapeutic bathing no more than 1 time per week. nine0005

A cold compress can be used as an emergency remedy for excessive sweating. It does not cure the cause of the disease, but helps to narrow the blood vessels and reduce manifestations.

The use of anticholinergic drugs helps to manage excessive sweating.

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