We all sweat; it’s a fact of life. Sweating performs the important functions of keeping our bodies cool and allowing toxins to leave our bodies through the skin. This makes a lot of sense when it’s 100 degrees outside and you’re out playing softball with your kids. You’ll very likely have large drops of sweat falling from your forehead and other parts of your body. That’s normal.
Sweating can also be caused by nervousness, exercise, and physical or emotional stress. That’s also normal. There is, however, a portion of the population who sweat excessively, up to four times as much as other people, for no apparent reason. Read More