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The Daily Drip

Can Eating Certain Foods Make You Sweat?
March is National Nutrition Month, so we thought we’d take the opportunity to take a closer look at the link between food, sweating, and hyperhidrosis! Sweating following the consumption of certain foods is something that a lot of us experience, particularly after eating hot and/or spicy foods. Certain foods are known to cause excessive sweating due to the various effects they have on the body, in relation to digestion, thermoregulation, and stimulation of the nervous system.
How to Treat Excessive Sweating
Primary hyperhidrosis is a common condition characterized by excessive sweating that affects nearly 5% of the global population. The areas most commonly affected are the hands, feet, and underarms. One of the most effective ways to treat these zones is through iontophoresis! Iontophoresis is a non-invasive, drug-free, and needle-free treatment option. It is ideal for those looking for long-lasting dryness.
The Best Socks for Sweaty Feet!

If you suffer from plantar hyperhidrosis, then you know the struggle of constantly sweating through your socks. It can be extremely uncomfortable, which is why picking the right sock is incredibly important! With all the available options, the choice can be a little overwhelming and confusing. So, we’ve compiled a list of the best materials to look for when buying socks. We have also compiled a list of our favorite anti-sweat socks so that you can stay dry and comfortable all day!

Revisiting Pasma: Another word for Hyperhidrosis?

Pasma is a Filipino folk illness that is primarily characterized by excessive sweating of the hands. Many comparisons have been drawn between Pasma and the medical condition known as hyperhidrosis. So, what exactly is the link between the two?

The Remarkable Link Between Ingrown Toenails and Hyperhidrosis
Ingrown toenails are one of the most common diseases affecting the nail and surrounding areas. They're so common, in fact, that you or someone you know has probably suffered from them in the past. But did you know that excessive sweating of the feet, also known as plantar hyperhidrosis, may be to blame?