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Does Caffeine Cause Sweaty Hands
Anxiety?: Or fear... Could be causes for cold and sweaty extremities among other possibilities such as medication side-effects, some metabolic disorders, etc. Taking out of context, it is difficult to give you an answer. The best way for you to know, would be to consult your family physician. Best wishes!
I keep getting cuts on my hands it's literally a layer of skin they look like paper cuts. Not cause of dry hands always use lotion have sweaty hands?
I get sweaty hands and frequent muscle spasms all over my body even when I'm not nervous. They both usually go away on vacations. What could cause this?
Possible Anxiety...: There are a multitude of possible reasons for these symptoms. From simple anxiety and stress to a host of endocrinological (glandular is an old term) or metabolic changes. I would stop caffeinated beverages (coffee, soft drinks/sodas, etc.) and probably see your Pediatrician or Primary Care Physician. The vacations may or may not help support anxiety as a reason, but not necessarily.
My daughter has had sweaty hands and feet since she was born. It has caused blisters on her feet and she always has to wipe her hands. What is this?
Hyperhydrosis: Hyperhidrosis is medical condition when person sweats excessively and unpredictably. People with hyperhidrosis may sweat even when the temperature is cool or when they are at rest. When excessive sweating affects the hands, feet, and armpits, called primary or focal hyperhidrosis. Primary hyperhidrosis affects 2 - 3% of the population. Sometimes familial. Sometimes 2ndary to other conditions. See dr.
What are causes for lack of thirst in a pediatric patient? 12yrs and still have to push to get 32oz./day. Has continual sweaty hands&feet.
Water: How much do they drink without your pushing? How concentrated is the urine? 32 oz is a great goal, but there is going to be some day to day variability based on activity level, other sources of fluid intake etc. Ask yourself, is this really the battle you want to have with them right now? Teenagers have a tendency to push back when they feel like control is being taken away. Choose your battles.See 2 more doctor answers
Hyperhidrosis: Hyperhidrosis is a medical condition in which a person sweats excessively and unpredictably. People with hyperhidrosis may sweat even when the temperature is cool or when they are at rest. Treatment my include: antiperpirants, medication like robinui, iontophoresis, botox, or endoscopic thoracic sympathrctomy.See 1 more doctor answer
Sympathectomy: A sympathectomy via video assisted thoracic surgery (vats) is a procedure that divides the nerves that cause sweaty palms. In most large studies 90-95 percent of patients having this procedure were very pleased with results and would recommend it to a friend with the same problem. It is typically an outpatient procedure done on both sides at the same time with 1-2 tiny incisions in each armpit.See 1 more doctor answer
Sweat and blushing: Often this combination suggests you have an emotional problem and a visit to a Psychologist would be in order. If this is not the case you must discuss this with your primary care doctor. He/she will take your history, complete a physical exam, and order necessary lab studies. Hope all goes well.
Hyperhidrosis: Increased sweating or hyperhidrosis is common: http://dermnetnz. Org/hair-nails-sweat/hyperhidrosis. Html there are prescription antiperspirants that may help. Injection with botulinum toxin can also stop the sweating temporarily. If it is more widespread or not responding to the topicals, there are systemic medications that can decrease sweating. Your dermatologist will help guide you.See 1 more doctor answer
My brother is 13 years old and he always has sweaty hands every time. He gets embarrassed to shake any hands. He had this for years now he needs help.
See dermatologist: Meanwhile have him try antiperspirant on palms several times a day.
Potentially: There is a condition - hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating - that is heritable and can cause sweaty palms. A ucla study revealed that parents with sweaty palms had a 28% chance of passing this on to their children. Of course, sweaty palms can be a symptom of another disorder, so you should always consult your doctor to get a thorough work-up to rule out other causes for sweaty palms.
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