Therapy treatment with induced sweating; also, hydrosudotherapy.
Relating to, or inducing, sweating or increased sweating; sudorific or hyperhydrotic.
Relating to any disorder of sweating.
Excessive sweating, either generalized or localized to a particular part of the body.
Excessive sweating or profuse sweating.
A common disorder which produces a lot of unhappiness. Usually a small number of people suffer from excessive sweating of the underarms (axillary hyperhidrosis) or of the palms and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperhidrosis).
Underarm problems tend to start in late adolescence, while palm and sole sweating often begins earlier, around the age of thirteen (on the average). Untreated, these problems may continue throughout life.
Excessive sweating is embarrassing because it stains clothes, ruins romance, and complicates business, and social interactions.
Severe cases can have serious practical consequences as well, making it hard for people who suffer from it to hold a pen, grip a car steering wheel, or even to shake hands.
1. Dimminished or lacking "normal" sweating.
2. Also called: hidroschesis, hyphidrosis, olighidria, oligidria, olighydria, oligohidrosis, hypoidrosis.
1. Characterized by diminished sweating.
2. A substance that inhibits sweating.
Bromhidrosis or sweat that is fetid or which has an offensive ordor as a result of bacterial decomposition.
1. Massive sweating of the armpits.
2. Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) of the axillary (armpit) areas.
A form of vicarious menstruation characterized by monthly extrusion of sweat, sometimes bloody, at the expected time of menses.
olighidria, olig(h)idria; oligidria
Deficiency of sweating or insufficient perspiration in certain conditions.
Scanty or very little perspiration.
An abnormal condition in which sweat has a very strong odor; bromidrosis, bromhidrosis (sweat which has become foul-smelling as a result of its bacterial decomposition).
panhidrosis (s) (noun) (no plural)
Excessive sweating over the whole surface of the body: While Mark was working in his garden on a summer day, he was experiencing panhidrosis.
The presence of free phosphorus in perspiration.