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wlkbmgwtwk
25th Nov 2008, 17:30
tnong ko lng toh huh,,,kc meron tlgang ganitong tao,,,ung mga taong kahit walang gnagawa ay pinapawis,,,, mabilis pawisan,,,khit konti lakad lang ay pawisan na,,,,well gs2 ko lng mlaman kung bkit nangyayari ito sa tao???sakit ba ito??? anung gamot??? :think:

kid_buloy
25th Nov 2008, 19:26
yup, ako ganun din kahit nako aircon na pawis pa rin thats why magastos ako sa damit i change my clothes 4 times a day.

stardust
25th Nov 2008, 19:28
While doctors do not know why excessive sweating starts, the most likely cause is genetics. They have successfully linked hyperhidrosis to over-activity in the sympathetic nervous system. Specifically, it is the Thoracic Sympathetic Ganglion Chain, which runs along the vertebra of the spine inside the chest cavity.

This chain controls the glands, known as the apocrine and eccrine glands, responsible for perspiration throughout the entire body. The eccrine sweat glands are mainly concentrated in the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. In most cases, the hands and feet are affected. To a lesser degree, the face and armpit (axillae) regions are affected. Another manifestation of the hyperactive sympathetic activity is facial blushing.

Sometimes people perspire heavily because of other illnesses such as hyperthyroidism, psychiatric disorders, menopause and obesity.

<You can see links before reply>

Treatment:
- use of electrical current (iontophoresis) to block the activity of the sweat glands.
- use aluminum chloride hexahydrate

wlkbmgwtwk
25th Nov 2008, 21:23
yup, ako ganun din kahit nako aircon na pawis pa rin thats why magastos ako sa damit i change my clothes 4 times a day.
hmmmppp....pareho tau dud's!!peo sabi daw dahil sa nerbyos!!!


While doctors do not know why excessive sweating starts, the most likely cause is genetics. They have successfully linked hyperhidrosis to over-activity in the sympathetic nervous system. Specifically, it is the Thoracic Sympathetic Ganglion Chain, which runs along the vertebra of the spine inside the chest cavity.

This chain controls the glands, known as the apocrine and eccrine glands, responsible for perspiration throughout the entire body. The eccrine sweat glands are mainly concentrated in the palms of the hands and soles of the feet. In most cases, the hands and feet are affected. To a lesser degree, the face and armpit (axillae) regions are affected. Another manifestation of the hyperactive sympathetic activity is facial blushing.

Sometimes people perspire heavily because of other illnesses such as hyperthyroidism, psychiatric disorders, menopause and obesity.

<You can see links before reply>

Treatment:
- use of electrical current (iontophoresis) to block the activity of the sweat glands.
- use aluminum chloride hexahydrate

nerbyos nga noh....sobrang kaba,,,, so anu ung threatment d2???? anu ung aluminum chloride hexahydrate at iontophoresis :think:

poorboi_02
25th Nov 2008, 22:01
Aluminun chloride un b ung tawas na pinasosi lang?

Rachiersh
25th Nov 2008, 22:55
:think: sabi nila too much salt sa kinakain nung nasabing tao

:noidea: yon ang sabi ng teacher ko :D

Kharz
25th Nov 2008, 23:04
:think: sabi nila too much salt sa kinakain nung nasabing tao

:noidea: yon ang sabi ng teacher ko :D

really...?? hindi naman siguro...

archblue
26th Nov 2008, 02:05
mayroon iba na pinapawisan ang palad ..which isnt normal also ...parating basa ang mga kamay nila saka paa..kaya ang iba nangangamoy dahil parati daw pinagpapawisan ang kamay at paa kahit ala ginagawa

indy
26th Nov 2008, 09:32
im not sure mga boss pero marami n ngsabi sakin n may effect din un alak sa katawan....

joelnaval
26th Nov 2008, 09:41
Siguro po sakit yan

core2duo
26th Nov 2008, 10:03
i love to eat spicy foods.. kaya lang may problema ako.. kapag kumakain ako ng maaanghang na chibog? pinapawisan ako ng sobra.. :sigh:

youllbedead02
26th Nov 2008, 10:07
Ay ako ganyan, pawisin. Padi palad...dahil daw yan sa pasma. Pasmado ang tawag sa ganyan, kasi raw pag pagod ang katawan tapos nagbasa ka or naligo kagad nang di muna nagpapahinga, papasmahin daw.

wlkbmgwtwk
26th Nov 2008, 21:19
im not sure mga boss pero marami n ngsabi sakin n may effect din un alak sa katawan....

what??? tlga???? alak???? :think: bkit at panu??? kc ako nga mhilig mag inum eh... lakas ku sa alak!!!

wlkbmgwtwk
26th Nov 2008, 21:21
Ay ako ganyan, pawisin. Padi palad...dahil daw yan sa pasma. Pasmado ang tawag sa ganyan, kasi raw pag pagod ang katawan tapos nagbasa ka or naligo kagad nang di muna nagpapahinga, papasmahin daw.

edi bawal ka mag psp??? hehehe gnun din ako eh...kaya nga hirap na hirap ako mag cp,,,laging baha... :laugh: anu kaya gmot dito noh???

wlkbmgwtwk
26th Nov 2008, 21:23
i love to eat spicy foods.. kaya lang may problema ako.. kapag kumakain ako ng maaanghang na chibog? pinapawisan ako ng sobra.. :sigh:

ako khit di maanghang,,,,bsta mainit tagaktak na pawis ko.... :weep::snack:

youllbedead02
26th Nov 2008, 21:27
edi bawal ka mag psp??? hehehe gnun din ako eh...kaya nga hirap na hirap ako mag cp,,,laging baha... :laugh: anu kaya gmot dito noh???

oo nga eh...hassle talaga...lagi tuloy madumi cp at psp ko...

wlkbmgwtwk
26th Nov 2008, 22:27
i love to eat spicy foods.. kaya lang may problema ako.. kapag kumakain ako ng maaanghang na chibog? pinapawisan ako ng sobra.. :sigh:


oo nga eh...hassle talaga...lagi tuloy madumi cp at psp ko...

nyahahaha!! ako pag may aircon masaya na!!! hhahaha!!! hassle ba???? :laugh: khiya sa chicks!!! :weep:

youllbedead02
26th Nov 2008, 22:29
Sana may symbianize doctor na dumaan d2 para resetahan tau...

agaxent
26th Nov 2008, 22:40
pare ang gamot na marerekomenda sa inyo ay "katengko" isang pahid lang malamig sa pakiramdam pero tandaan isang pahid lang pag naging 2 or more na pahid daig mo pa ang nasa impiyerno ^^ gud luck

wlkbmgwtwk
26th Nov 2008, 22:55
@agaxent
katengko???? ayoko nun...diba mainit un sa skin????

@youllbedead02
sana nga noh para mlaman ko na gmot... para di na hassle!!! nyaha

jowjow
27th Nov 2008, 07:50
sympathetectomy yata ang ginagawa dun...

youllbedead02
27th Nov 2008, 08:11
What's that?sympathetectomy?

habayabas
27th Nov 2008, 13:22
dahil sa init!!!!!global warming na eh!!!d2 na nga lang sa baguio sobrang init na!!!!!!!!!

wlkbmgwtwk
27th Nov 2008, 19:23
so anu ung mabisang gmot dito????

@habayabas
khit nman di mainit eh may mga taong tlgang pawisin,,,khit nga nasa aircon ako pawisin pa rin ako eh.... kaw ba??? :think:

@jowjow
uu nga anu ung sympathetectomy??? :think:

locar
27th Nov 2008, 20:31
pasmado :lmao:

jieben
28th Nov 2008, 10:03
Hyperhidrosis ang tawag dyan. dami nang article about that. here under is one of the article about Hyperhidrosis galing sa wikipedia just read it.....

Signs and symptoms

Hyperhidrosis can either be generalized or localized to specific parts of the body. Hands, feet, axillae, and the groin area are among the most active regions of perspiration due to the relatively high concentration of sweat glands; however, any part of the body may be affected. Primary hyperhidrosis is found to start during adolescence or even before and seems to be inherited as an autosomal dominant genetic trait.

Primary hyperhidrosis must be distinguished from secondary hyperhidrosis, which can start at any point in life. The latter form may be due to a disorder of the thyroid or pituitary gland, diabetes mellitus, tumors, gout, menopause, certain drugs, or mercury poisoning. Such secondary forms may have more serious consequences than hyperhidrosis.


Affected areas
Palmar: excessive sweating of the hands.
Axillary: excessive sweating of the armpits.
Plantar: excessive sweating of the feet.
Facial: excessive sweating of the face. (i.e. not emotional or thermal related blushing)
Cranial: excessive sweating of the head, especially noted around the hairline.
General: Overall excessive sweating.

Cause
It is not known what causes primary hyperhidrosis. Depending on how severe their condition is, some affected patients experience a reduction in their quality of life. Sufferers may feel a loss of control, because perspiration takes place independent of temperature and emotional state.

However, anxiety can exacerbate the situation for many sufferers. A common complaint of patients is that they get nervous because they sweat, then sweat more because they are nervous. Other factors can play a role; certain foods & drinks, nicotine, caffeine, and smells can trigger a response (see also diaphoresis).


Treatment
Hyperhidrosis can often be very effectively managed.


Medications
Aluminium chloride (hexahydrate) solution: While aluminium chloride is used in regular antiperspirants, hyperhidrosis sufferers need a much higher concentration to effectively treat the symptoms of the condition. A 15&#37; aluminium chloride solution or higher usually takes about a week of nightly use to stop the sweating and one or two nightly applications per week to maintain the results[citation needed]. An aluminium chloride solution can be very effective, however a minority of patients cannot tolerate the irritation that it can cause. Also, the solution is usually not effective for palmar (hand) and plantar (foot) hyperhidrosis - for which iontophoresis (see below) may yield better results in some circumstances. For the severe cases of palmar and plantar hyperhidrosis there is a low level of success using conservative measures such as Aluminium chloride antiperspirants[citation needed].
Botulinum toxin type A (including Botox ): Injections of the botulinum toxin are used to disable the sweat glands.[1] The effects can last from 4-9 months depending on the site of injections. With proper anesthesia the hand and foot injections are almost painless. The procedure when used for underarm sweating has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Oral medication: There are several oral drugs available to treat the condition with varying degrees of success.
A class of anticholinergic drugs is available that has been shown to reduce hyperhidrosis. Ditropan (generic name: oxybutynin) is one that has shown promise.[2] However, most people cannot tolerate the side effects associated with the drug, which include drowsiness, visual symptoms and dryness in the mouth and in other mucus membranes. A time release version of the drug is also available, called Ditropan XL , with purportedly reduced effectiveness. Robinul (generic name: glycopyrrolate) is another drug used on an off-label basis. The drug seems to be almost as effective as oxybutynin, with similar side-effects such as a dry mouth or dry throat often leading to pain in these areas. Other less effective anticholinergic agents that have been tried include propantheline bromide (Probanthine ) and benztropine (Cogentin ).
A different class of drugs known as beta-blockers has also been tried, but does not seem to be very effective.
Antidepressants and anxiolytics (anti-anxiety medications) are more archaic, related to the former, false belief that Primary Hyperhidrosis was related to an anxious personality style.

Surgical procedures
Surgery (Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy or ETS): Select sympathetic nerves or nerve ganglia in the chest are either excised (cut out), burned, or clamped (theoretically allowing for the reversal of the procedure). The procedure causes relief of excessive hand sweating in about 85-95%. Major drawbacks related to compensatory sweating are seen in 20-80%. In a series in India, the incidence was found to be 62%[citation needed].Other side effects include Horner's Syndrome (about 1%), gustatory sweating (less than 25%) and on occasion very dry hands (sandpaper hands). Most people find the compensatory sweating to be tolerable while 1-4% find it worse than the initial condition. Some patients have also been shown to experience a cardiac sympathetic denervation, which results in a 10% lowered heartbeat during both rest and exercise. ETS was thought to be helpful in treating axillary hyperhidrosis, facial blushing and facial sweating. Yet, palmar hyperhidrosis patients have the best results and some surgeons only offer ETS for this group. Statistics have shown that when treated for facial blushing and/or excessive facial sweating, the failure rate of ETS for those two clinical presentations is higher and patients are more prone to side effects. [3]
Surgery (Lumbar Sympathectomy): Lumbar sympathectomy is a relatively new procedure aimed at those patients for whom endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy has not relieved excessive plantar (foot) sweating. With this procedure the sympathetic chain in the lumbar region is clipped or divided in order to relieve the severe or excessive foot sweating. The success rate is about 90% and the operation should be carried out only if patients first have tried other conservative measures. [4] More recently leading surgeons who perform endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy are doing it only for excessive hand sweating (palmar hyperhidrosis).
Surgery (Sweat gland suction): In a new and novel technique adapted and modified from liposuction,[5] approximately 30% of the sweat glands are removed with a proportionate reduction in sweat.
Percutaneous Sympathectomy: a minimally invasive procedure in which the nerve is blocked by an injection of phenol.[6]

Other
Iontophoresis: This method was originally described in the 1950s, and its exact mode of action remains elusive to date.[7] The affected area is placed in a device that has two pails of water with a conductor in each one. The hand or foot acts like a conductor between the positively- and negatively-charged pails. As the low current passes through the area, the minerals in the water clog the sweat glands, limiting the amount of sweat released. Common brands of tap water iontophoresis devices are the Drionic, Idrostar and MD-1A (RA Fischer). Some people have seen great results while others see no effect. However, since the device can be painful to some (pain is usually limited to small wounds and over time the body adjusts to the procedure) and the process is time-consuming, a lack of results in some people may be the result of not using the device correctly. The device is usually used for the hands and feet, but there has been a device created for the axillae (armpit) area and for the stump region of amputees.
Weight loss
Relaxation and meditation
Hypnosis: Hypnosis has been used with some success in improving the process of administering injections for the treatment of hyperhidrosis .[8]
Talc/Baby Powder: One temporary treatment is talc or baby powder because the powder will absorb the sweat; however, the powder may become a messy white coating on the place of application.
Shoe Inserts: "Absorbent insoles" decrease the sweat in shoes.

Prognosis and impact
Excessive sweating of the hands interferes with many routine activities, such as securely grasping objects. Some hyperhidrosis sufferers avoid situations where they will come into physical contact with others, such as greeting a person with a handshake. Hiding embarrassing sweat spots under the armpits limits the sufferers arm movements and pose. In severe cases, shirts must be changed several times during the day. Additionally, anxiety caused by self-consciousness to the sweating may aggravate the sweating. Excessive sweating of the feet makes it harder for patients to wear slide-on or open-toe shoes, as the feet slide around in the shoe because of sweat.

Some careers present challenges for hyperhidrosis sufferers. For example, careers which require the deft use of a knife may not be safely performed by people with excessive sweating of the hands. Employees, such as sales staff, who interact with many new people can be negatively affected by social rejection. The risk of dehydration can limit the ability of some sufferers to function in extremely hot (especially if also humid) conditions. Even the playing of musical instruments can be uncomfortable or difficult because of sweaty hands.

Since it is known that more than 50% of patients have a genetic history with excessive sweating leading doctors are hoping that one day genetic manipulation will offer the best source of treatment. It is still a distant possibility but with time and more research devoted to this problem a non-surgical solution can be found.

youllbedead02
28th Nov 2008, 10:03
tnx sa info...

wlkbmgwtwk
28th Nov 2008, 22:20
@jieben
wow thnks po sa info.....san nman nakukuha ang mga gmot dito???? mron ba nito sa drug store???

:thumbsup:

dave36
29th Nov 2008, 00:32
ako dn sir nkaaircon ako now.. pero pnapawisan :weep:
lalo na pag knakabahan
@jeiben
thx for info

wlkbmgwtwk
29th Nov 2008, 17:37
haha uu nga eh...tas kabado ka na nga lalu pa nakakakaba kasi pinapawisan ka...nkakahiya noh....!!!! hehehe :laugh:

mimiq05
1st Dec 2008, 21:17
may ibat ibang reason why pawisin ang isang tao,.. it could be hereditary or he or she has a disease that could manifest such as pagiging pawisin... pede rin nman side effects ng gamot na tina take... better to check to your doctor...

wlkbmgwtwk
1st Dec 2008, 22:06
tinatawagan ang mga nursing,doctor/a dyan...:more: help nman jan... anu comment nyo ??? :think:

habayabas
2nd Dec 2008, 13:49
so anu ung mabisang gmot dito????

@habayabas
khit nman di mainit eh may mga taong tlgang pawisin,,,khit nga nasa aircon ako pawisin pa rin ako eh.... kaw ba??? :think:

@jowjow
uu nga anu ung sympathetectomy??? :think:

dipende...sabagay meron nga talgang mga taogn sobrang pawisin..

enit_halog
2nd Dec 2008, 14:04
Hehe dme llim n explanation. E2 lng yn mga dude. Aq kc kht 3 hourz n s gym, 3hourz mgturo ng syaw, d gnu pnppwisan, u knw y, bcoz mhna q uminum ng tubig. So datz it, qng ang tao mlks uminum ng tubig, o kht mdlasan lng xa uminum s isng arw cmula pgkbta, mlmng lmang mggng pwisin xa. So ok nga un, ms mbilis pumyat, mburn ang fatz s ktwn. Oh db..

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youllbedead02
2nd Dec 2008, 14:06
Hehe dme llim n explanation. E2 lng yn mga dude. Aq kc kht 3 hourz n s gym, 3hourz mgturo ng syaw, d gnu pnppwisan, u knw y, bcoz mhna q uminum ng tubig. So datz it, qng ang tao mlks uminum ng tubig, o kht mdlasan lng xa uminum s isng arw cmula pgkbta, mlmng lmang mggng pwisin xa. So ok nga un, ms mbilis pumyat, mburn ang fatz s ktwn. Oh db..

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di nman ako palainom ng tubig...dehydrated nga ko lagi eh...

mcastillo
2nd Dec 2008, 14:33
sbi nman ng iba ay mganda daw yan kc ibig svhin malakas ka sa 2big kapag mlkas k sa 2big mrming pawis din ang lumalbas sa katwan mho at nali2nis ang mga ugat mho!!


ewan ko lng kung 22o un?:gma::pray:

youllbedead02
2nd Dec 2008, 14:35
sbi nman ng iba ay mganda daw yan kc ibig svhin malakas ka sa 2big kapag mlkas k sa 2big mrming pawis din ang lumalbas sa katwan mho at nali2nis ang mga ugat mho!!


ewan ko lng kung 22o un?:gma::pray:

for the fact na nagpe-perspire ka ng pawis...maganda nga un kasi parang- nadetoxify na rin ang katawan mo nun...pero OA na ung tagaktak ang pawis...kainis tlaga...

alkaid14
2nd Dec 2008, 16:24
ako din masyado pawisin cguro kc medyo my katabaan ako... hehehe.. saka mainitin gusto ko lagi malamig!

habayabas
2nd Dec 2008, 20:06
nakakairita kasi pag laging pawisin eh!kairita pa malagkitin ba..:ranting:

wlkbmgwtwk
2nd Dec 2008, 22:08
uu nga eh...pero sbi nman ng iba kaya pawisin kasi wala lagi ginagawa...tamad,,, minsan lang gumawa kaya nman pag pinawisan eh tlgang malubha kasi naiipon ung pawis... totoo kaya un??? :think: di nman me tmad :whistle: hehehe :laugh:

enit_halog
3rd Dec 2008, 13:24
Tlg? Pwisin k kht d k plaiinum ng 2bg? Mnsn kc dhl nrn yn s dme ng fat s ktwn. Mdmi sinusunog n fat kya mblis pgpwisn. Ewn q lng dn hehe

wlkbmgwtwk
6th Dec 2008, 12:35
so anu ba tlga mkakagamot sa lhat ng yan??? :think:

Game Over
6th Dec 2008, 15:58
ako pawisin
pero nun nagpunta ako ng australia yung autumn, winter at spring di ako pinagppawisan
pero nun winter yung mga tao balot na balot ako shorts lang

siguro di lang ako sanay sa init

youllbedead02
6th Dec 2008, 16:06
Ou nga, mas hiyang ako sa lamig kesa init. Kaso nagda-dry nman skin ko. Ka-bad3p tlaga. Pa-consult ko na nga kay doc.

khrystal
11th Dec 2008, 16:06
sa mga pawisin ang underarms, may nabasa ako na pwedeng gamitan ng dress shields para hindi obvious ang sweat. ang tanong ko, meron ba mabibilhan nito sa pilipinas? saan naman kaya?

zerohot99
11th Dec 2008, 17:03
may mga tao kasing mabilis mag burn ng calories. depende kasi yan sa metabolism ng katawan.kapag ng burn ka ng calories lumalabas pawis.

cadlan
29th Dec 2008, 02:31
basta humid ang panahon natural ang pawis. sa mga bansang dry ang weather di talaga pawisin ang mga tao. kung talagang nakaka-apekto na sa social life merong surgical treatment para sa pawisin ang palad, paa at kilikili. permanent na treatment yung pagputol ng sympathetic innervation ng mga areas na pawisin. yung mga topical na application tulad ng tawas at anti-perspirant tina-target ang sweat glands. temporary at di masyadong effective yun mga yun. also pwede ma-block at ma-infect or ma-inflame yung mga glands.:)

Havoter
26th Feb 2009, 00:13
ako rin sobra akong pawisin
kahit nakaaircon ako natutulog
kaya kadalasan nakahubad ako kaso prob naman madali p ring pawisan underarms ko
halos lahat n ng anti perspirant nagamit ko sa underarm ko kaso ganun p rin

may kinalaman kaya ung pag gamit ko nung grade 5 p ako ng deodorant, tintesting ko kc ung kay papa ko dati ang bango ehhh :lol:
kahit nagcocomp ako pinagpapawisan p rin underarm ko although nakaaircon naman
o kaya khit punt lang ako sa may labasan papawisan na buong katawan ko, kakainis nga nababasa ung shirt ko

elp naman ohhhh
thankz poh

freakyfries
3rd Mar 2009, 18:24
...this is actually my personal problem...

we call it hyperridrosis

or excessive sweating...

grabe...
anxious ako when ever nagpapawis kamay at paa ko...kairita talaga...:ranting:
khit nagsusulat lang ako or sedentary lang...

gravity!!!

kainis talaga...

nako conscious tuloy ak pag my taong nakakkita ng kamay ko

and whats more shameful??
pag nakikipag shake hands ka ...

i hate it,,


maybe the cause could be
uncomfortbility
or tenseness..

i really dont know but i guess..
thats it...

:)

freakice27
6th Mar 2009, 15:54
ako rin pawisin..

pero in such a weird way..

pag naglalakad ako hindi ako pinapawisan pero pag tumigil na ako dun tagaktak ung pawis..

pero ibang usapan na pag sports like basketball talagang tagaktak..

pawisin din paa at kamay ko.. kaya naman ung laptop ko, psp, at phone (touchscreen pa naman) ay laging smudgy.. kaya maya maya nililinisan ko..

so far sa paa naremedyuhan ko na by using foot powders..talagang dry na dry paa ko.. palad na lang..

pag nasa loob naman ng building na nakaaircon nagsstop naman ang pagpapawis ko..

pero kahit ganito ako ok lang...wala na ako magagawa eh.. kahit dad ko ganun..and mga kapatid ko.. siguro nga namamana lang din..

i think it has both the good and the bad.. bad in a way na hassle lalo na pag nasa lugar ka na hindi aircon.. talagang halata.. pero in a good way in my case because i burn fat and lose weight faster than normal..

i remember actively playing basketball for a month dati and in one month i dropped around 20lbs or more ata whilst consuming the same amount of food for the day.. malakas din ako uminom ng tubig that time..

napansin ko rin na pag naglalaro ako ng basketball at umuulan.. hindi lang pawis ang tagaktak..umuusok din ung katawan ko.. hehehe..

corona50
14th Mar 2009, 03:32
oo bad trip talaga yan. nag suffer den ako sa hyperhidrosis, NAKAKA ASAR talaga. gumamit ka lng ng driclor. you can buy it anywhere from mercury drug store. 1 bottle costs about 850 pesos (year 2008) ang usually lasts for 6-8 months. talagang hyper ako mag pawis and driclor took care of everything. try it...

locar
17th Mar 2009, 22:58
Bakit nga ba?

pasmado cguro :naughty:

:lmao:

cuttiegurl19
20th Mar 2009, 22:49
lahat ng sobra eh masama. usually kaya pawisin kase masyadong malikot or active. pero kung nakastay ka na sa isang lugar tapos malamig tapos pinapawisan ka pa, meaning may mali sayo. u need to seek help from doctors.

kyle6600
21st Mar 2009, 05:16
ako rin pawisin..

pero in such a weird way..

pag naglalakad ako hindi ako pinapawisan pero pag tumigil na ako dun tagaktak ung pawis..

pero ibang usapan na pag sports like basketball talagang tagaktak..

pawisin din paa at kamay ko.. kaya naman ung laptop ko, psp, at phone (touchscreen pa naman) ay laging smudgy.. kaya maya maya nililinisan ko..

so far sa paa naremedyuhan ko na by using foot powders..talagang dry na dry paa ko.. palad na lang..

pag nasa loob naman ng building na nakaaircon nagsstop naman ang pagpapawis ko..

pero kahit ganito ako ok lang...wala na ako magagawa eh.. kahit dad ko ganun..and mga kapatid ko.. siguro nga namamana lang din..

i think it has both the good and the bad.. bad in a way na hassle lalo na pag nasa lugar ka na hindi aircon.. talagang halata.. pero in a good way in my case because i burn fat and lose weight faster than normal..

i remember actively playing basketball for a month dati and in one month i dropped around 20lbs or more ata whilst consuming the same amount of food for the day.. malakas din ako uminom ng tubig that time..

napansin ko rin na pag naglalaro ako ng basketball at umuulan.. hindi lang pawis ang tagaktak..umuusok din ung katawan ko.. hehehe..

same kami ni freakice.
pag nasa aircon, hindi ako pinagpapawisan, pero pag naglalakad, at mainit, tumutulo yung pawis ko. may baon nga akong pamaypay at towel all the time since high school. the bad thing is torso ko yung pinagpapawisan, hindi yung palms and feet ko. but sabi nga ni freakice, unfortunately genetics. I am currently trying to lose weight since medyo mataba ako at nakaka affect din to. Tapos malakas din akong uminom ng tubig, especially pag nag-eexercice ako. minsan naco-conscious din ako pero what I sometimes do is walk slowly para hindi ganun kalala. natatawa nga mga kasama ko sa work kasi nga may baon akong pamaypay. but ok lang, sanay na ako.

imhotncold
21st May 2009, 18:04
dahil ito sah sobrang SUGAR sa katawan natin, SUGAR is our source of energy, pro kung hindi magamit ang iba nag tratransform into liquid tapos lalabas sah sweat glands ng ating skin..... :salute:

robinsonlim
21st May 2009, 21:09
sakit ko din yan hehehe. kahit nga may aircon sa school pinagpapawisan pa din ako. siguro dahil obese ako hehehe. alam ko isang factor din yun. kasi madaming fats

wlkbmgwtwk
9th Jun 2009, 16:14
eh pani nman po sa facial hyprehidrosis???? panu pag muka mo ung pinapawisan ng sobra???? anu pong treatment????

pinoyakook23
10th Jun 2009, 16:05
oo bad trip talaga yan. nag suffer den ako sa hyperhidrosis, NAKAKA ASAR talaga. gumamit ka lng ng driclor. you can buy it anywhere from mercury drug store. 1 bottle costs about 850 pesos (year 2008) ang usually lasts for 6-8 months. talagang hyper ako mag pawis and driclor took care of everything. try it...


bro, does this remove hyperhidrosis or temporary fix lang para hindi ka pagpawisan maigi?

pinoyakook23
10th Jun 2009, 16:10
Pare pareho pala tayo ng problem. sakin sa face, around the forehead area to be specific. althou hindi naman ako pawisin sa hands and feet.

Ang masama ito, namana din yata ng anak ko. :upset: parang hereditary din. My mom is pawisin also pero kapag naka-aircon na eh hindi na sya pinapawisan, pero ako may chance na pagpawisan. My father, brother & sisters are not that pawisin naman. :noidea:

Takot akong kumain ng spicy or hot foods dahil after eating, siguradong tagaktak ang pawis ko. :weep:

Siguro it had to do with my body fats. Mataba kasi ako. 190 lbs. :noidea:

belardz1979
10th Jun 2009, 16:37
Para wag magpawis wag masyado uminom

sadbone23
11th Jun 2009, 18:37
Aq dn,graBe tlaga magpawis....pgmagbihis nga lang ako after ko maligo pawis na kgad ako,haggard l0oking tlaga ako,kaya mahirap pumorma sa nili2gawan ko,haha.k0nti lakad lng pawis na kgad

xgeo88
11th Jun 2009, 23:17
Ako rin sobra magpawis konting lakad at trabaho pawis na agad. Kaya nga pag naglalakad ako papunta istasyon ng lrt eh pawisan na pagsakay lalo na kapag tirik pa si haring araw.

belardz1979
11th Jun 2009, 23:21
Marami kasi kayong acid sa katawan hehehehe

belardz1979
11th Jun 2009, 23:23
Maligo kayo ng may tawas yung pulbos. Then pag magpupunas na wag masyado punasan. Patuyuin lang

darylcc
11th Jun 2009, 23:26
depende kasi yan kung may susunugin na fat kaya nagpapawis ng todo...kung payat ka..konti lang sa body..pero underarms same lang..todo pa din ang pawis dyan..kasi sa area na yan tulad ng kili-kili,singit,palad,talampakan..dyan kasi lumalabas yung init..kaya kahit anung apply niyo ng mga anti-perspirant magpapawis at magpapawis pa din..lalo na kung nasa tropical country ka pa..

qc_kid
15th Jun 2009, 15:15
ako rin sobrang pawisin. Siguro diet has somethin to do with it..mahilig kasi ako sa spicy food eh.

wlkbmgwtwk
16th Jun 2009, 20:35
anung cure pag sa face ka nagpawis?

cyberbaybay
20th Jun 2009, 03:07
Sa Medicine they term it daw as Hyperhidrosis in which hyperactive yung isang part ng ating nervous system na nag cocontrol ng pawis production, in result nanjan ang excessive sweating in different parts of the body including palms and feet,.kumbaga it is our body's way to compensate kaya grabe magpawis. anyway the condition is actually a dysfunction rather a disease, ang implication lang is yung impact na madudulot sa taong nagsa suffer nito in terms of their social life nakakaaggravate pa yung knowledge na alam mong magpapawis yung kamay/muka/or kung sang part ng muka mo at certain situations,, and at times sa trabaho, nakaka interfere..

sadly it's a lifelong condition and yes namamana po sya..pero alam nyo naman ang teknolohiya, they came up with permanent and temporary solution regarding this problem

temporary: those antiperspirants like driclor and aluminum thingy na pinapahid sa affected part,,also andyan din yung eonthophoresis kung san kinukuryente yung affected part eg, palm ng low voltage current para ma numb ang ating sweat glands..i think months lang effectivity nung mga yun or sometimes weeks/days..case to case basis ika nga..

permanent,,according to some who underwent surgical operation regarding the removal of a certain part of the SNS para madeactivate ang pagcontrol ng sweat glands sa specific part ng body, it created more problem daw..well just weigh the benefits regarding dito..i think meron nang gumagawa nito sa pilipinas,,ETS or endothoracic sympathetectomy ata tawag dito..

i said about compensation diba,,a side effect of this surgery daw is that kunyari natanggal yung nerve that controls your sweating sa kamay,,your body will compensate and sweat in other areas naman like face in order na matumbasan yung normal(excessive) na pagpapawis mo before..kaya may issue din ang Surgical treatment dito..on the contrary, may mga taong nagsabi na malaki ang inimprove sa kanilang buhay dahil sa operasyon na to,..

just sharing my two cents =)


btw, i myself is suffering from general hyperhidrosis ..kaya lagi ako sa aircon eh para di masyado pawisin....ang regimen ko naman sa condition na to is that i drink a lot of water to keep myself rehydrated, i deep breath when im nervous,..



naisip ko lang ,,well there's nothing to be ashamed of about this condition,,kanya kanyang kapintasan yan nyahaha..kidding aside just be ourself and the rest will be up to it (OT bigla?)

morissette
20th Jun 2009, 05:27
ganito rin ako e.. kahit bagong ligo..

kakatapos ko lang maligo pinag papawisan na agad ako.. kaasar nga e..

wesley14
20th Jun 2009, 17:42
Ako ganyan e pati ung kamay tiaka paa ko

leznahz
21st Jun 2009, 21:53
it's because of our SNS :-) it causes diaphoresis.. i think

LaDiva
11th Jul 2009, 17:24
Hi guys alm nyo ba yung ebook na "Stop Swaeting and Start living" nakita ko yung reviews sa net maganda nmn... kaso di ko alm san maakakuha... baka may alm kayo na pwede share dito......thanks...

phampam2
9th Jun 2014, 00:24
eto po ang gamot pedeng bilhin sa drugstore !!!

Drugs used to treat hyperhidrosis may include:
Prescription antiperspirant. If over-the-counter antiperspirants don't help, your doctor may prescribe stronger products to apply at bedtime. Prescription-strength antiperspirants can cause skin irritation, so wash the product off your body in the morning. If your skin becomes irritated, hydrocortisone cream might help.


Pills that block nerve communication. Some oral medications block the chemicals that permit certain nerves to communicate with each other. This can reduce sweating in some people, but can also cause dry mouth, blurred vision and bladder problems.


Botulinum toxin injections. Commonly used to help smooth facial wrinkles, botulinum toxin (Botox, Myobloc, others) can also block the nerves that trigger sweat glands. However, each affected area of your body will need several injections, which are painful and expensive. And the effects may last for only a few months.

ranches101
9th Jun 2014, 10:30
me too sobrang relate sobrang pawisin talaga kainis huvuv

Zero0ooo0
17th Aug 2014, 05:32
ako din ts masyadong pawisin mainet kac eh :rofl::lmao: