International Hyperhidrosis Society

My daughter is afraid to go to school or spend time with her friends because of hyperhidrosis.

Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for hyperhidrosis patients to experience anxiety, depression, or social isolation in reaction to the embarrassment, discomfort, and disability caused by excessive sweating. The most important things you can do for a loved one who is experiencing these by-products of hyperhidrosis is to learn as much as you can about excessive sweating, understand the severity of the condition and its effects on daily life, provide emotional support, and encourage him or her to seek effective treatment. For more ideas on how to help, read our Special Message to Employers, Family & Friends in our About Hyperhidrosis area.

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