How to treat sweaty palms and feet other than sugery?

Iontophoresis. There is a machine that sends a small electric current through the skin of the palms or soles of the feet, called iontophoresis. You need to start off using it once daily but as it works, you can do it less often. One can either rent or buy the machine. You can go to the following site for more info: http://www.sweathelp.org/en/hyperhidrosis-treatments/iontophoresis.html.

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I've sweaty palms n feet. Is there anyway I can reduce d sweating other than surgery?

Hyperhidrosis. There are treatments for hyperhidrosis: antiperspirants, medications like oral glycopyrrolate, topical drysol, topical 3% glycopyrrolate, iontophoresis, Botox and endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy. Read more...
Hyperhydrosis. There is a condition (hyperhydrosis) where the sweat glands are overactive. This can be anywhere-hands, feet, armpits, groin. There is a topical medication (drysol) that when applied decreases excessive sweating in these areas. This medication is a prescription-so you will need to see your doctor. Read more...
Excessive sweat. You can try a strong topical product like drysol, or an oral medication called pilocarpine. Certainly they are not cure-alls, but may help (and may have side effects). Read more...
Apply salt stick. Topical salt sticks can be purchased at most every drug store. Most people apply them to the arm pits; but it works on hands as well. Dry sol is a non prescription liquid your pharmacist can provide to you. For severe problems a prescription strength solution can be available. In extreme cases Botox injections may help. Read more...
Her are the ways you. Can treat sweaty palms and soles or palmoplantar hyperhidrosis involves patient education, topical applications, use of galvanic current, injections and surgery. Read more...

Is having sweaty palms and feet something serious? Will it lead to anything?

Nuisance. Hyperhidrosis involving palms and soles is more of a nuisance and may also be stress related if you have no overactive thyroid. In stress sweating the hands and feet are cool and sweaty rather than warm and sweaty. Stress management therapy and occasional use of mild tranquillizers in certain social situations often help. Read more...

I have cold but sweaty palms and feet for days, could this be something serious?

It could be. It sounds as if you may have raynaud's syndrome; a condition where there is spasm of the small blood vessels in the hands and feet due to 'sympathetic nervous system overtone'.. The symptoms of cold and sweaty feet or hands may be triggered by exposure to cold, smoking, or anxiety. It should probably be evaluated by a pcp or vascular surgeon. Read more...

My son recently has sweaty palms and feet. He is 15 years old. What are the causes and could it be worse? Is there a solution? He is becobecauso shy of.

Sweaty hand and feet. He has a condition known as hyperhiderosis or excessive sweating. It can be hereditary. Drink a lot of fluids and avoid spicy foods. Treatment consists of using drysol which is an antiperspirant. Recently the drug Oxybutynin has been recommended. Good luck. Read more...
Hyperhydrosis. Your son should see a dermatologist as soon as he can. This illness can cause people to shy away from people because of the embarrassment it causes. Psychotherapy can help him deal with the embarrassment. I hope all turns out well. En otras palabras: no sweat! Read more...

Body feeling off and hot. Sudden sweaty palms and feet. Sudden light headed and feeling about to pass out. Nausea.?

Take care. Lie down if you are feeling light headed. Hydrate very well. Are you hypoglycemic? If yes - please eat something. If this doesn't resolve have someone take you for medical assessment. Read more...
You could be. presyncopal which is the syndrome that occurs right before you actually pass out (syncope). The symptoms you described speak of an adrenaline/ epipherine rush that occurs with acute hypotension/ body reaction to low blood pressure. Check your blood sugar to make sure it did not drop too low, also a potential cause for syncope. Heart rhythm problems and adrenal problems can also cause these. Read more...

What causes my 11 year old daughter to have excessively sweaty palms and feet? Her hands and feet are excessively sweaty all the time. Even when she is cold, her hands and feet are sweaty. She is getting embarrassed by this now. She also have lots of s

Your . Your daughter is dealing with hyperhidrosis. Most cases are considered idiopathic. This means there is no underlying cause for the condition. However, a detailed history and physical by the primary care provider should be done to rule out any disorders or conditions that could be the cause of this problem (thyroid disorder, diabetes, neurological conditions etc.). The small bumps you are describing may be a dermatitis that has resulted from the excess sweat. Both problems can be treated. If your daughters pcp is unable to provide adequate treatment then a referal to a dermatologist is in order. Good luck. Read more...
See a doctor. Your daughters problem could be as simple as thyroid function. Read more...

Rapid/pounding heart rate, sweaty palms and feet, shaking, then freezing. I get these attacks sometimes...What the heck is wrong with me?

See a doctor. Your symptoms fit along with several different diagnoses, from heart rhythm problems to hormone imbalances to panic attacks and more. See your doctor for a thorough history and physical examination and to begin a directed work up to start. Call 911 if chest pain, passing out or if the symptoms get worse. Read more...